CVS Accused of Selling Expired Over-the-Counter Drugs

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The Wall Street Journal this week reported on a lawsuit against CVS pharmacies for selling expired drugs. Here are excerpts from the article:

Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal said Monday that his office is suing a unit of CVS Caremark Corp. for allegedly selling expired over-the-counter drugs and other products in its stores in Connecticut.

In a statement, Mr. Blumenthal said investigators from his office found expired food, beverages and over-the-counter medications on sale in 20 or more CVS stores in Connecticut in the summers of 2008 and 2009.

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