WASHINGTON — Retail pharmacy experienced a victory yesterday in its efforts to dispute mandatory mail-order prescription plans. The National Association of Chain Drug Stores, Alexandria, Va., applauded the House of Representatives passage of a bill that extends the current freeze on increases to retail pharmacy co-payments to prescriptions filled through the Tricare military health system, Falls Church Va. The legislation contains no provisions to steer beneficiaries to mail order. The ...

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