Md. lawmakers unveil prescription drug-price legislation

ANNAPOLIS – Looking to curtail high prescription drug prices, Maryland lawmakers announced legislation Tuesday that would require transparency for price increases, create a state commission to review drug prices and eliminate the so-called "gag rule" for pharmacy benefit managers. The announced legislation comes a year after the General Assembly became the first state in the nation ...

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