"That sound of wailing and gnashing of teeth ... is no cause for concern. It was just the pharmaceutical industry adjusting to the unfamiliar sensation of defeat in the long-running battle over the costs of its heavily advertised wonder drugs. The Supreme Court did the honors, striking a blow for consumers by rejecting the drugmakers' contention that Maine should not be allowed to negotiate discounts on behalf of its residents. ... The state's experimental program, which has been on hold for more than two years because of legal delays, can now begin-though the legal wrangling is certain to continue."