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Trump Administration Drops Plan That Would've Eliminated Drug Rebates

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Trump Administration Drops Plan That Would've Eliminated Drug RebatesWatch VideoThe Trump administration has decided not to go forward with a plan that would've eliminated rebates from federal drug plans. 

Earlier this year, the White House proposed a rule that would have made knowingly giving or receiving a rebate under government health care programs a felony. It would've required that...
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The White House will no longer pursue a proposal that would&apos;ve gotten rid of drug rebates in an attempt to lower drug prices for consumers.

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