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BIOTECH INDUSTRY ENCOURAGED BY REWRITE OF MEDICAID DRUG PRICING PLAN

In the first instance of dissenting votes cast during the House's budget debate, representatives adopted a industry-backed amendment Wednesday that relaxes portions of a Gov. Charlie Baker plan to allow his administration to negotiate drug prices with pharmaceutical manufacturers.

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