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14
Jun
2021
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Medicare drug price negotiations and drug importation have been the two big elephants in the room as public policies to finally bring drug prices down and in line with other high-income countries.
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09
May
2021
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The talk of the drug price town is H.R. 3. To be or not to be, that is the question. We say yes. Prescription Justice strongly supports H.R. 3, the Elijah E. Cummings Lower Drug Costs Now Act of 2021.
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07
May
2021
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In honor of my daughter’s first birthday later this month, I’m going to take the month off from reporting on Republican action on drug prices to share why prescription drug price reform matters to my family. 
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05
May
2021
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In his address to Congress last week, President Biden promised to give Medicare the power to negotiate lower prices for prescription drugs. Yet despite the encouraging rhetoric, he notably left prescription drug prices out of his latest legislative proposals in the American Families Plan.
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14
Apr
2021
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In looking back at drug price politics in March, in her April 2nd update covering the Democrats on this issue, my fellow board member Colleen Kenny LaRocque reminds us that Democrats may want bipartisanship to lower drug prices, but they don’t need it. Bipartisanship on drug prices is not dead, as Prescription Justice member Lindsay Brown informs us in “Bipartisanship is the Key to GOP's Future in Drug Prices.” Finally, I’m excited that Isaiah Cochran, MD, made his debut blog post as a Prescription Justice board member this past week.
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