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Nearly 30 drug makers have taken steps to raise U.S. prices of their medicines in January, ending a self-declared halt to increases made under pressure from the Trump administration, according to Reuters. Twenty-eight companies filed notifications with California agencies in early November disclosing that they planned to raise prices in 60 days or longer. Under a state law passed last year, companies are required to notify payers in California if they intend to raise the U.S. list price on any drug by more than 16 percent over a two-year period.

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