Feds Want Harsher Prison Terms In Meningitis Outbreak Case

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Two executives of a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy at the center of a deadly meningitis outbreak should each spend more than 17 years behind bars and pay $82 million in restitution, federal prosecutors said Friday after a First Circuit ruling paved the way for a new sentencing.

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