Tennessee will receive at least $13.5 million as part of one of the largest health care fraud agreements in U.S. history, the office of state Attorney General Bob Cooper has announced.
GlaxoSmithKline has agreed to pay $3 billion to the federal government and participating states nationally to resolve allegations that GSK engaged in various illegal schemes related to the marketing and pricing of drugs it manufactures.
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