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Trademark<registered Trademark Symbol News & Reviews The Trump administration wants to ban all trademarks related to Mexican drugs

The Trump administration wants to ban all trademarks related to Mexican drugs



President Donald Trump has reportedly proposed a new policy that would prohibit any company that markets or sells a drug in the U.S. from trademarking any word or phrase that can be associated with that drug.

The White House did not respond to a request for comment.

Trump’s proposal is the latest development in a fight over drug-related trademarks that has spanned the last decade.

In 2015, the U,S.

Supreme Court ruled that drug companies cannot use trademarks to trademark the name “Pentobarbital” for a drug that is a painkiller.

But drug makers have argued that they can’t be sued for using a generic name for a brand-name drug, and the U.,S.

Patent and Trademark Office issued a series of rulings in favor of drug makers.

The U.K. government is seeking to ban a company that manufactures a drug called “Clinox” from trademarkting the word “Clint,” a name used by the drug company to brand itself.

The drug company has been trying to avoid a trademark ban by suing the U.’s High Court, which has refused to hear the case.

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