WASHINGTON -- The retail pharmacy industry is watching closely as the federal government prepares to unveil its next proposal to support prescription drug discount cards for uninsured seniors. The first drug-card proposal, which would have allowed the government to encourage the issuance of private discount cards that give uninsured seniors up to 10% off on the retail price of their medications, was stalled in court after pharmacy groups sued. A federal judge this month said the Centers for ...

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