Engel: Medicare Must be Able to Negotiate Prescription Drug Prices

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WASHINGTON, DC –  May 9, 2019 —  Congressman Eliot Engel, a top member on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, submitted into the record the following statement at today’s Energy and Commerce Health Subcommittee hearing titled “Lowering Prescription Drug Prices: Deconstructing the Drug Supply Chain”: “Thank you Madame Chairwoman Eshoo for holding today’s important hearing on the prescription drug supply …

eHeziEngel: Medicare Must be Able to Negotiate Prescription Drug Prices

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Current Commentary: Death Is Still Certain; Taxes Not So Much By LARRY M. ELKIN

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At the founding of this country, Benjamin Franklin said that despite the promise that the new Constitution would endure, only two things could truly be certain in the newly United States of America: death and taxes. The death rate continues to hold at 100 percent, as The Onion once entertainingly reported. But for about half of the country, taxes – …

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Ed Koch Commentary Shamefully, Medicare and Medicaid Are Being Abandoned By President Obama and Both Political Parties By ED KOCH

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I’ve been told by a knowledgeable friend that doctors throughout the country are notifying patients that they will no longer accept Medicare payments for services rendered because they believe those payments are inadequate. When a physician does not accept Medicare and the patient is not otherwise insured – which is common – the patient is required to pay the full …

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Ed Koch Commentary: Leaks and More Leaks By ED KOCH

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Last year, Thomas A. Drake, a former employee of the National Security Agency (NSA), was originally charged with a felony under the Espionage Act, a crime subject to a penalty of 35 years.  His defense, in effect, was that he was a whistleblower.  Recently, Drake was given a plea agreement of a misdemeanor with an agreement by the prosecution that …

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Ed Koch Commentary: My Thoughts on The Election of 2012 By Ed Koch

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The 2012 Presidential and Congressional election is all but over as a result of the adoption by the House of Representatives by a vote of 235 to 193, without a single Democrat “yes” vote for Paul Ryan’s draconian budget.  I now believe President Barack Obama will be reelected, and although anything can happen between now and Election Day, I expect …

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Ed Koch Commentary: If There Is a Will, It Can Be Done By Ed Koch

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This past week, the House of Representatives adopted a budget by a vote of 235 to 193 without a single Democrat voting in the affirmative.  According to The New York Times of April 17th, “The Republican plan put forward by Representative Paul Ryan, Republican of Wisconsin, the chairman of the Budget Committee, and adopted by the House on Friday as …

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