Blister pack with dollars instead of pills One proposed alternative that could comply with the Byrd rule is to impose an excise tax on drug companies that set prices in the employer market above the negotiated rate. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A plan by Senate Democrats to lower prescription drug prices may not include the roughly 150 million people with employer-provided health insurance, "The Hill" reported.

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