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Plan to regulate Rx service in Arkansas clears chambers

Aim is fairness for pharmacies’ reimbursements

By Andy Davis

This article was published March 15, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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Rep. Michelle Gray on Wednesday waits for the House to begin voting on House Bill 1010 that would allow the licensure of pharmacy benefit managers.

Rep. Michelle Gray, at the podium, laughs during Wednesday’s House session as Rep. Kim Hendren cracks a joke before he asks a question about a bill th...

A proposal to regulate companies that process prescription drug claims is headed for a pair of final legislative votes today after identical bills on the issue cleared the state House and Senate by overwhelming margins Wednesday.

Rep. Michelle Gray, at the podium, laughs during Wednesday’s House session as Rep. Kim Hendren cracks a joke before he asks a question about a bill th...

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