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Part D Rebates: Talking Points Continue, But Deficit Deal Elusive

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

Once again the President is calling for rebates on prescription drugs sold under Medicare Part D. But without a big deficit deal involving entitlement reform, is there any way to enact them?

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