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PBM Action Lags In Congress And At FTC As Targeting Commercial Plans Divides Republicans

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PBM reform isn’t expected to ride along with the next government funding packages, which could push any prospect of legislative reform closer to 2025. Meanwhile FTC says it is facing difficulty getting all the information for its investigation. 

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