EXCLUSIVE: Bipartisan U.S. House Group Circulating 340B Sign-on Letter to Becerra

The bipartisan group of six U.S. House members that got 217 total representatives last fall—173 Democrats and 44 Republicans—to sign a letter opposing efforts to replace up-front 340B drug discounts with back-end rebates began circulating a new 340B sign-on letter in the House this morning.

A draft of the group’s new letter is addressed to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary-designate Xavier Becerra and copied to Acting Secretary Norris Cochran. It asks Becerra, upon confirmation, to

The bipartisan group of six U.S. House members that got 217 total representatives last fall—173 Democrats and 44 Republicans—to sign a letter opposing efforts to replace up-front 340B drug discounts with back-end rebates began circulating a new 340B sign-on letter in the House this morning.

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