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The vice president of the Indiana Board of Pharmacy has legally admitted unethical behavior and agreed to pay a $600 fine. Steven Anderson, a member of the board since 2003, participated in several votes involving a small, family owned pharmacy. Outside his job however, he had an interest in purchasing the pharmacy. Anderson maintains his innocence, but accepted the fine because he “just couldn’t continue with the defense,” due to the legal expenses.
Full story by John Russell via the Indianapolis Business Journal