Minnesota Bill Would Let Drug Affordability Board Reference Int’l Prices

By Gabrielle Wanneh / March 23, 2021 at 2:50 PM
State lawmakers in Minnesota are considering a bill to create a prescription drug affordability board that could reference Canadian prices when setting limits on drug prices in the state. Of the nine state legislatures that this year are considering drug affordability board legislation, the Minnesota bill is the only one to include international reference pricing. The Minnesota bill would let the board consider the range of prices for U.S. drugs and Canadian pharmacies in its reviews. The board wouldn’t be...

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