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Separate lawsuits accuse CVS and Walgreens of 'clawback' payments. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

Separate lawsuits allege that both CVS and Walgreens charged insured customers more for generics than they would pay if they didn’t use their insurance. 

NBC News reports that CVS Health Corporation is being charged with participating in a “fraudulent scheme,” in which the plaintiff, Megan Schultz, paid $165.68 for a prescription in July that would have cost $92 if she hadn’t used her insurance to pay for it. 

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