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Wallet, cash and stethoscope How can the same people argue that we cannot impose fair, objective caps or rules on amounts charged by hospitals, but can impose fair, objective caps or rules on amounts charged by drug companies? (Photo: Shutterstock)

As 2019 came to an end, and we entered the politically charged year of 2020, one topic dominated the debate stages and legislator’s minds: health care. Specifically, two issues relating to health care seemed to be primary amongst candidate’s and law maker’s talking points; that being the cost of drugs and surprise balance billing.

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