U.S. Senate Democrats, led by Chuck Schumer (N.Y.), are setting the stage for a vote soon on policy changes to lower drug prices.

U.S. Senate Sets Stage for Action on Lowering Drug Prices

The U.S. Senate on Tuesday voted 69-30 to pass a bipartisan infrastructure bill that includes two drug pricing provisions, neither directly 340B-related. The bill now moves to the U.S. House, which is on a seven-week summer break. The $1 trillion bill includes $550 billion in new spending.

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