Minnesota shows interst in interstate drug plan

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Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty says he wants to explore a compact with other states like Vermont to buy medicine for Medicaid recipients. Vermont and Michigan plan to buy medicine in bulk for low-income Medicaid recipients. They say the states’ combined purchasing power should lower prices for drugs. Minnesota’s governor expressed his interest in the plan after attending a gathering of the nation’s governors in Washington, D.C.

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