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Democrats Are Overselling Build Back Better's Insulin Pricing Cap

1 month ago   |   By The New Republic

However much the Build Back Better Act has been whittled down from the Democrats' $3.5 trillion opening salvo, the latest version still retains some significant goodies, including spending on health care, family leave, and climate. Now that the bill has passed the House, members of Congress and their political allies have been out in force, hyping its contents in order to build public support and encourage the bill's passage in the Senate, where it can't afford to lose a single vote. Many of the law's most ardent cheerleaders have zeroed in on a provision related to a drug whose price has...
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