AARP Urges 205 House Lawmakers To Back Off Effort To Cut Brands’ Donut-Hole Costs

August 09, 2018
AARP is urging House lawmakers who want to lower brand drug makers’ Part D coverage gap costs to reconsider their position. The seniors group sent letter to the 205 House lawmakers, including at least 50 Democrats, who this summer signed a letter urging congressional leadership to undo a recently passed law that makes brand drug makers pay 70 percent of donut-hole costs. “We are very concerned that you recently signed onto a letter that called for this beneficiary improvement to...

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