The Houston law firm has been going around the country lining up contracts to sue drugmakers on behalf of states, and it hasn't been shy about donating generously to state politicians involved in the process. So we may expect that today's WSJ editorial about New Mexico AG Gary King, like its editorial earlier this month about Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, will be just two installments in an ongoing series. Our earlier coverage: Aug. 19 and Dec. 15, 2008 (Penn.), Oct. 9, 2007 and March 13, 2008 (Ark.). We noted last March that BPB founding partner Don Bailey has been among the most generous contributors to the Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA).
Bailey, Perrin & Bailey and New Mexico vs. Janssen
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- "Pay to play with AGs"
- Florida beauty contest for class action counsel
- Latest Labaton pension fund controversy: Missouri
- Pay-to-play, the bipartisan way
- Chamber on state-AG pay-to-play
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court to rescue state from pay-to-play?
- Sen. Bennett seeks "pay-to-play" probe
- "Chicken farmers feel threatened by Oklahoma suit"
- WSJ Blasts Oklahoma's AG
- Mississippi's "extremely litigious" public pension fund
- WSJ Picks Up On Rendell Pay-to-Play Scandal
- Rhode Island: Motley Rice's McConnell tagged for federal bench
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