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A federal appeals court cleared the way for a hotly contested Utah law banning price fixing for contact lenses Friday, a ruling that could have wide-ranging effects on the $4 billion industry.
The decision handed down from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver comes after three of the nation's largest contact lens manufacturers sued to halt the measure.
Alcon Laboratories, Johnson & Johnson and Bausch & Lomb contend the law is a brazen overreach written to give Utah-based retailer 1-800 Contacts and other discount sellers an illegal end run around minimum prices set by the companies.
But the Utah attorney general says the companies are wrongly driving up prices, and the law is a legitimate antitrust measure designed to enhance competition and help customers.
The decision allows the law to go into effect while a legal battle over the measure works its way through the courts. The appeals court did agree to fast-track the case and new briefs are due in the case in July.
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