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Drug Prices

  1. the republican party
    Why the GOP Might Learn to Love Putting Price Controls on DrugsConservatives’ traditional defense of America’s high drug prices is completely at odds with Trump’s “America first” ideology.
  2. trade
    Trump’s NAFTA 2.0 Puts Big Pharma First, America SecondTrump says lowering pharmaceutical prices is a priority. But his trade deal would bar Congress from curtailing patent monopolies on biologic drugs.
  3. 2018 midterms
    Drug Costs Are Too High, But Trump’s Proposal Was Primarily About the MidtermsTrump’s attack on “global freeloaders” sounds like nationalist rhetoric meant to counter the GOP’s weaknesses on health care.
  4. The Socialist Takeover of the Democratic Party Is Proceeding NicelyCentrist Democrats used to distance themselves from the left ahead of their presidential runs. Now, Booker and Cuomo are doing the opposite.
  5. Company Raises Price of Opioid-Overdose Antidote by 500 Percent, to $4,500Earlier this week, President Trump backed off his pledge to bargain with drug companies over their prices.
  6. Trump Meets Big-Pharma CEOs, Then Seems to Flip-flop on Negotiating Drug PricesOn the campaign trail he mocked the lobbyists. Today he sounded like one.
  7. Trump Tanks Pharma Stocks With Sudden Threat to Fight High Drug PricesIn his first press conference, he revived a nearly forgotten plan to authorize government negotiations on pharmaceutical prices.
  8. The Opioid Epidemic Is a Symptom of Toxic GreedOur system of financing drug research gave the makers of OxyContin a multibillion-dollar incentive to ignore the risks their drug posed.
  9. Investors Seem to Think Hillary Clinton Really Will Take On Big PharmaAs Clinton’s electoral odds rise, the value of health-care stocks goes down.
  10. Clinton Reveals New Plan to Help Americans Score Cheaper DrugsAs EpiPens become luxury goods, the Democratic nominee unveils a plan for reining in drug prices.
  11. CEO of Price-Gouging Drug Company Could Have Picked a Better Binder to Pose With“Compensation planning.”