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WASHINGTON — Senators are slightly delaying their latest legislative push on health care, but as they do, a clearer picture is emerging about what’s in — and out — of the mix.

The Senate health committee was expected to mark up legislation related to generic drugs, pharmacy benefit managers, and some leftovers from the Food and Drug Administration’s user fee agreements next week, but leaders are planning to reschedule the meeting, several sources told STAT.


But 17 health care industry lobbyists and Senate staffers said Democratic leadership is targeting relatively low-hanging fruit that is bipartisan, and already has established history in legislation.

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