A lawsuit filed against Minnesota’s affordable insulin legislation has been thrown out. A U.S. District Court judge on Monday dismissed the case brought by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America to overturn the Alec Smith Emergency Insulin Act. They claimed the act was unconstitutional. The act, which has helped 465 residents so far, allows individuals to receive an emergency supply of insulin at a lower copay cost.   Minnesota AG Keith Ellison said the decision was welcome, as “no one should have to choose between affording their lives and affording to live.”