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Nevada lawmaker has introduced a bill to fight the rising cost of medicines, one of dozens state legislators to attempt such a move. But this one has a twist — the legislation targets only companies that make diabetes drugs and insulin.

Specifically, the bill requires drug makers to report pricing histories; disclose a slew of costs, such as research, manufacturing, and patient assistance; and notify state officials and insurers at least 90 days before prices are increased above the inflation rate for the preceding year.

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