Experts say a last-minute proposal by President Donald Trump to distribute $200 prescription drug credits to Medicare Part D enrollees on preloaded debit cards faces many unanswered questions and will be difficult to implement, especially in the short time before the Nov. 3 election. The proposal, the latest in a series of proposals and executive orders from the administration that are intended to reduce drug prices, would do little to help seniors with high out-of-pocket drug costs, they say.
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