N.J. price comparison law
A New Jersey law enacted Aug. 21 will enable consumers to compare retail prices for the state's 150 most frequently prescribed drugs by name, dosage and zip code. Pricing information compiled in the New Jersey Prescription Drug Retail Price Registry will be available through a bilingual website, a toll-free number and at pharmacies. New York launched a similar website in 2004...
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