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Part D Rebates: Defeat In Finance Committee May Set Key Precedent

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida may have made a tactical error in bringing up an amendment to mandate drug rebates under Medicare Part D during the Senate Finance Committee’s markup of health reform legislation.

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