Trump to lift ‘gag orders’ on drug prices
President Trump is expected to sign two bills that ban “gag order” clauses in contracts between pharmacies and insurance companies. Pharmacies will soon be able to share information on lower drug prices with patients. TODAY’s Craig Melvin reports.
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