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Three years ago, Congress directed the Department of Defense to take steps to lower the cost of medicines discovered with the help of federal funding, but eventually cost Americans substantially more than what is paid in other countries.

Now, a pair of lawmakers wants to know what, if anything, the department has done to comply with the directive, the latest move to convince federal agencies to use a controversial provision of federal law to lower the cost of certain prescription medicines.

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