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But it's not worth going to the mat on this issue, and it's not true, despite what administration officials contend, that endorsing the goals would mean endorsing the Kyoto Protocol on global warming.
On this occasion, he commends Jackson for going to the mat with Sony and the recording industry.
At issue is whether community pharmacies continue to lose the game to the politicians and PBMs or whether their collective self-interest has been aroused to the point of going to the mat over the critical issue of how future pharmacy business will be conducted.
I predict Larry Silverstein and his army won't win, but that won't stop him from going to the mat.
Unless auditors do something decisive, the whole profession is going to the mat.
Going to the mat and getting semi-engaged--it's part of the game (7)