Price controls for Medicare don't put America first

Opinion The Washington Times

President Trump is reportedly planning his most ambitious executive order yet. It would require pharmaceutical companies to sell drugs to Medicare and Medicaid for the same prices they charge in other developed countries, where medicines are often far cheaper.   That might sound like the sort of bold, America-first policy ... …

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