Salt Lake Tribune: A state investigator said Utah’s plan for malaria drugs may violate the law, but then her supervisor stepped in

Salt Lake Tribune: A state investigator said Utah’s plan for malaria drugs may violate the law, but then her supervisor stepped in. “A Utah regulator alerted a Draper pharmacist that his plan to sell the state massive quantities of malaria drugs to treat COVID-19 patients likely violated the law. In a mid-April phone call, she urged him to abandon his plan. By that time, Utah officials had already shelled out $800,000 in public funds to buy the drugs, apparently without confronting some of the legal concerns.”