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Blister pack with dollars instead of pills The rise in federal costs comes from higher insurance premiums, which otherwise would have been reduced by the rebates. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A key part of the Trump administration’s plan to lower the list prices of drugs wouldn’t actually do so and would end up increasing federal spending by tens of billions of dollars over a decade, the Congressional Budget Office said Thursday.

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