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Fla. Authorities Shut Down ‘Deceptive’ Health Plan

The health insurer allegedly used aggressive tactics to sell sham plans — one of which was named TrumpCare — that skirt the requirements of the Affordable Care Act, leaving people around the country with skimpier coverage than they expected and liable for unpaid medical bills. Also, more national news on Medicare Part B premiums and FDA’s approval of a new opioid.

What Will It Mean For Pharma If Pelosi-Led Democrats Take The House?

The pharmaceutical industry is bracing for what may come if Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) takes over leadership. “Democrats have made real action to lower prescription drug prices central” to the party’s campaign strategy. “It will be one of our first legislative priorities in the majority,” she tells Stat. And more news is reported on California’s propositions 4 and 1.

Medicare Again Front And Center In Closing Days Of 2018 Campaigns

Republicans seek to turn the tables on charges that they are undermining preexisting conditions, so they’re hammering the plans championed by some Democrats to expand Medicare. In California, a large nursing union shifts strategies to take its “Medicare for all” message to a national audience.