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Landmark Bill to Cut Prescription Drug Prices Signed Into Law

AARP CEO hails passage and says measure will bring relief to millions

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Prescription Drug Win Caps AARP’s Fight for Lower Prices

The power of millions of 50-plus adults led to victory

Volunteers Made a Difference in Historic Medicare Vote

Asked lawmakers to offer relief from drug prices

AARP CEO Lauds Activists for Fighting for Rx Bill

Volunteers made the difference in success

How Medicare Rx Price Negotiations Will Work

Which drugs may be targeted first and when beneficiaries could see savings

Big Changes Coming to Medicare Part D Plans

Inflation Reduction Act limits out-of-pocket drug costs, caps insulin copays, makes vaccines free

ACA Premium Subsidies Extended Through 2025

Inflation Reduction Act provision helps millions of Americans afford health coverage

​What if Milk Prices Rose as Fast as Prescription Drugs?

​Basic staples would be out of reach for many if prices went up at the same rate as prescription drugs

Medicare Spending on Rx Outpaces Development Costs

AARP research shows pharmaceutical companies more than recoup their R&D costs

10 Prescription Drugs That Cost Medicare the Most

AARP research finds brand-name manufacturers still increasing prices

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