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In a last-ditch effort, the Nevada state Senate late Sunday night passed legislation that combines Democratic and Republican efforts to contain the rising cost of diabetes drugs.

The move comes as the Nevada legislature holds it last day of the session and two days after the Nevada governor, a Republican, vetoed one of the bills over concerns it could backfire by hurting patients and might also raise thorny legal questions. That legislation, which was introduced by a Democratic state senator, would have drug makers report pricing histories and disclose costs, among other things.

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