Study: California's Prescription Drug Cost Increased by $600 Million in Two Years

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Despite efforts to the contrary, California's prescription drug costs have increased by $600 million over the past two years, according to a recent CALmatters analysis. In this segment of Forum we'll look at the CALmatters report and examine existing ways the state can try to control its pharmaceutical spending and what controls are being proposed.


Pauline Bartolone, staff reporter, CALmatters

Garry South, principal, The Garry South Group

Brandon Castillo, spokesperson, Californians Against the Misleading Rx Measure