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House Draft Drug Pricing Bill Offers Aggressive Policies But Near-Term Prospects Look Weak

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If nothing else, the purported draft may be a preview of what Democrats might do if they prevail in 2020. Proposal calls for HHS price negotiation, international reference pricing, price inflation rebates and structural Medicare Part D changes. 

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