AARP's royalties from RPS mail-order pharmacy were $4.1 mil. in 1994 -- Senate subcommittee hearing.
AARP ROYALTIES FROM RPS PHARMACY WERE $4.1 MIL. IN 1994 according to figures presented by Senate Finance/Social Security & Family Policy Subcommittee Chairman Simpson (R-Wyo.) at a hearing on the American Association of Retired Persons' business practices and tax status June 13. Retired Persons Services' mail-order pharmacy fills nearly 8 mil. prescriptions annually, RPS said.
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