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Measure that will cut prescription drug prices was enacted after a fierce battle
Big drug companies are trying to overturn the new law that lowers Rx prices
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Answers to common questions about how the new law affects drug prices, Medicare and more
Which drugs may be targeted first and when beneficiaries could see savings
Inflation Reduction Act limits out-of-pocket drug costs, caps insulin copays, makes vaccines free
Annual income threshold increased for Medicare’s Extra Help program
New law requires companies to provide rebates to Medicare for excessive increases
Inflation Reduction Act provision helps millions of Americans afford health coverage
Exclusive Walgreens Cash rewards for members
Members can save 50% on prescription lenses
AARP CEO hails passage and says measure will bring relief to millions
The power of tens of millions of 50-plus adults led to a historic victory
Volunteers nationwide asked lawmakers to offer relief from prescription drug prices
Jo Ann Jenkins vows AARP will keep fighting big drug companies’ out-of-control prices
The sweeping federal bill aimed at cutting drug costs follows years of action at the state level
Basic staples would be out of reach for many if prices went up at the same rate as popular medications
But action still needed by Congress to shore up long-term finances of these vital programs
Construction workers faced health insurance penalties of up to $2,400 per year
African Methodist Episcopal clergy and other workers lost nearly $90 million
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