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Dozens of lawmakers from both parties pleaded with federal health officials Wednesday to drop their proposed changes to Medicare drug coverage.
The latest bipartisan letter to the administration reflects almost unanimous opposition to a proposal that would allow insurers to limit coverage for certain types of drugs in Part D.
Both Republicans and Democrats argue that the changes, motivated by cost concerns, would directly harm patients and undermine the success of Medicare’s drug program.
“We are extremely troubled by the proposed rule,” lawmakers from the House Energy and Commerce, and Ways and Means committees wrote Wednesday.