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Democrats' drug pricing proposal 'dead on arrival' in Senate: leading Republican

Reuters Thursday, 19 September 2019
The second most powerful Republican in the U.S. Senate on Thursday said that a Democratic plan on drug pricing would not survive in the Republican-dominated chamber, calling it "heavy-handed."
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