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WASHINGTON — It’s official: The Trump administration will begin requiring drug makers to include their sticker prices in TV ads — and those updates could hit the airwaves as soon as this summer.

The administration on Tuesday finalized the controversial proposal, which top health officials first outlined back in May of last year. It is set to take effect in about two months and will apply to any drugs that cost more than $35 for a month’s supply.

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