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WASHINGTON — President Trump on Tuesday left Congress a two-syllable mandate on the issue of prescription drug pricing: “Do more.” To some Democrats, the words presented an open invitation to collaborate. Others were left confused as to what, exactly, the White House wants.

In interviews following Trump’s second State of the Union address, the divide among Trump’s opposition party was apparent — between lawmakers prepared to cross partisan lines, those entirely opposed to Trump’s approach, and others waiting for more detailed direction.

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  • This is an excellent and informative article. Good to see objective reporting for a change. Kudos to you.

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