U.S. Senate Democrats’ revamped drug pricing legislation would lower the federal deficit by $287 billion over a decade, the CBO says.

Senate Democratic Drug Pricing Bill Buoyed by Large Savings Estimate

U.S. Senate Democrats’ revamped drug pricing legislation would lower the federal deficit by $287 billion over 10 years, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said late last week.

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