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Blister pack with dollars instead of pills on Aug. 26, the Department of Health and Human Services released new guidance stating the cost-sharing rule, which would have gone into effect next year, will not be enforced. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Federal health care officials have made clear they do not believe pharmaceutical companies that provide coupons to customers are helping to make prescription drugs more affordable. However, the Trump administration hasn’t quite figured out yet what to do about it.

Jack Craver


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