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Trump's budget plan offers little more than a Band-Aid for soaring drug prices

President Trump repeatedly has declared his unwavering commitment to improving healthcare and lowering drug prices. On Monday, he unveiled a $4.4-trillion budget plan that pointedly avoids taking meaningful steps to accomplish those goals. Instead, it offers tepid half-measures that are little...
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