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Health/Politics
10:04 am
Wed September 12, 2012

Hobby Lobby Files Suit against HHS Mandate

The Hobby Lobby retail store company has gone to court to fight the controversial federal mandate on contraception. The craft and  hobby store chain, which operates several stores in Kentucky, is the latest in a series of organizations to challenge the Health and Human Services mandate.

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Regional
3:51 pm
Tue May 15, 2012

Six Million Dollar Settlement Announced

The office of Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway says $6 million has been recovered from Merck and Company in a lawsuit filed against pharmaceutical companies. Its the latest in a series of settlements over so-called "average wholesale price" cases. The suits allege that defendent drug companies published false and inflated average wholesale prices for their products, which didn't bear any relationship to the prices actually charged to customers.

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Business
11:27 am
Thu April 19, 2012

Taco Bell Sales Figures Rebound

In Louisville, executives with YUM Brands say Taco Bell's US sales have increased after a slump that had lasted nearly a year. The company went to court in 2011 to counter a suit in California, that claimed the company's beef and burrito mixes contained only about 35% beef. Taco Bell executives have maintained that their beef is 100 percent USDA inspected.

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