How Medicare prescription drug coverage would change under U.S. Senate Democrats’ bill

By: - August 6, 2022 5:16 pm

Medicare legislation from U.S. Senate Democrats would cap seniors’ out-of-pocket prescription costs at $2,000 a year, beginning in 2025. Proponents say it would help with paying for expensive drugs such as those used to treat cancer.(Photo by Master Sgt. Jason W. Edwards | U.S. Air Force)

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Jane Norman
Jane Norman

As the Washington Bureau Chief of States Newsroom, Jane directs national coverage, managing staff and freelance reporters in the nation’s capital and assigning and editing state-specific daily and enterprise stories. Jane is a veteran of more than three decades in journalism.

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