Morrisey Subpoenas EpiPen Monopoly Records

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Manchin Family In Trouble For Huge Drug Price Scandal
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- It takes Republican leadership to stand up to insider deals and monopolies. This week, Attorney General Patrick Morrisey subpoenaed Mylan Pharmaceuticals over their monopoly price hikes of EpiPens, used to treat allergic reactions in children. 
"The Manchins have been under public Federal investigation before, in 2010, for alleged issues related to their time in the Governor's Mansion," said West Virginia Republican Party Chairman Conrad Lucas. "That they now are accused of helping their daughter's company create a monopoly on a critical drug and raise its price six-fold should surprise literally no one at all."

"The interlocking directorates of the Manchin family and their hand-picked henchmen have lurked in our state government for years," said Lucas. "It is critical that patriots like Patrick Morrisey do everything they can to make our government and corporate citizens as ethical and righteous as possible. We need to elect Republicans like him to ensure we can Make West Virginia Great Again."

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