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Bills Banning Gag Clauses That Prevent Pharmacists From Offering Cheaper Alternatives Signed By Trump
The legislation won't directly impact the prices of drugs, but it may lower what some consumers pay at the pharmacy. President Donald Trump's signing was a contrast to the rancor over other health iss... read more
President to sign bills aimed at increasing drug price transparency
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is scheduled to sign two pieces ... aim to end the drug industry’s so-called gag orders of pharmacists, which prevent them from discussing cheaper price options wit... read more
Trump presents 'historic results' of two years in office
President Trump’s Administration is working to provide Americans with affordable alternatives to Obamacare ... President Trump signed legislation eliminating contractual gag clauses that stopped pharm... read more
President Trump says U.S. doing well in trade negotiations with China
“U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the United States was doing well in trade talks with China,” Reuters reports. “‘I like where we are right now,’ Trump said in response to a question ... read more
Most doctors are not scientists, Ben Carson paper bag edition
Early in the history of this blog, I had a running gag ... to attack Trump or didn't want to upset the Republican base (perhaps both) Carson went to undermine what he just said: Vaccines are very impo... read more
Don't Ban Gays; Ban Politicians!
As Reason's Scott Shackford documented, "sexual orientation is not included in Arizona’s public accommodation laws. Discrimination against gays is actually legal in a lot of places in America still. W... read more
SCOTUS Upholds Ban On Abortion Method
In a 5-4 opinion authored by Justice Kennedy, the Supreme Court this morning has deemed constitutional the so-called Partial Birth Abortion Act of 2003. The bill, which had been e read more
Dramas of misogyny and slippery political principles
As the Peter Slipper drama unfolded in Federal Parliament this week there was much mention of principle, but precious little used, writes Annabel Crabb. Julia Gillard enjoys watching Midsomer Murders ... read more
Wag the Blog: An Abortion Rallying Cry for Dems?
Wednesday's news that the Supreme Court had upheld the ban on partial-birth abortion signed into law by President Bush in 2003 ... Wag the Blog is a conversation starter, not a discussion ender. Offer ... read more
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Lamenting Liberty Lost
Wade decision in 1973. A simple one-line statute—"The fetus in the womb is a legal person"—could have been enacted by a simple majority vote in Congress and signed into law by any of our so-called pro ... read more
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Anti-fluoridation crankery? How quaintly 1960s! I only wish it weren't on ScienceBlogs
Neither are lawyers. Come to think of it, neither are most nurses and doctors, either, and, I bet, most of the PhDs who signed. In other words, it's the classic appeal to authority. Dubious authority. ... read more
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