Pharmacy gag clause

A new bill introduced in the Senate would end the “pharmacy gag clause” which is a tactic under which a pharmacist may not inform customers which of the two options would cost less for a certain product. Americans overspend by an estimated $135 million on prescriptions through their insurance, in cases when they would cost less out of pocket. Read the context of the bill along with what the supporters and opponents have to say about it. Click here for context

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