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WASHINGTON — Republican presidential hopefuls are slowly starting to break up the Democratic monopoly on ideas to rein in prescription drug prices.

Hillary Clinton and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders have made lowering drug costs a central part of their campaign platforms, but the GOP contenders have begun getting in on the game.


The issue didn’t come up in Tuesday night’s Republican debate in Milwaukee, but candidates have been addressing it on the trail.

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