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Tensions Mount In Legislature Over Bill Restricting Pharmacy Middlemen

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SALEM – For six years, Oregon pharmacies have been lobbying the state Legislature to rein in fees imposed on them by pharmacy benefit managers, the third-party intermediaries that negotiate prices with drug manufacturers and prescription drug claims with insurers.

Crunch Time In Salem: Lawmakers Consider Must-Do Lists

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SALEM – A legislative session marked by partisan tension is entering its final weeks with plenty of unfinished business on the health care front.

Key Element Of Gov. Kate Brown's Medicaid Funding Plan Is Dead

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SALEM – A key piece of Gov. Kate Brown's long-term Medicaid funding plan won’t pass this legislative session, blowing a $120 million hole in the governor’s "four-pillar" approach to funding the Oregon Health Plan.

Despite Supermajority, Democrats Split On Bold Health Care Reform

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SALEM – In early April, as the Oregon legislative session neared its halfway point, residents across the state filled a hearing room to implore the Senate Committee on Health Care to pass Senate Bill 770 and pave the way for universal health care in Oregon.

Analysis: Doubts Loom Over Brown’s Medicaid Funding Plan

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Gov. Kate Brown's four-pillar plan to fill Oregon's Medicaid gap remains just half assembled as the legislative session speeds into its final months.

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