ARLINGTON, Va. — Food Marketing Institute on Thursday said it has endorsed the Restoring Access to Medication Act (S. 1368/H.R. 2529), a bipartisan bill that would allow consumers to use their flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) to buy OTC medications without a prescription. Current provisions of health care reform restrict the use of FSA spending to physician prescribed medicines, forcing consumers to get prescriptions for OTC in order to use their FSAs. "We are strongly supportive of ...

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