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Press Release

FreedomWorks Foundation Issues Report on Economic and Legal Problems of Foreign Drug Price Controls

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to the Trump Administration’s recent proposal to impose foreign price controls on U.S. prescription drugs, FreedomWorks Foundation has issued a report detailing the problems inherent with such a plan. Patrick Hedger, FreedomWorks Foundation Director of Policy, issued the following statement in conjunction with the report’s release:

02/27/2019
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Issue Analysis

Poison Pill: Importing Foreign Drug Price Controls

In response to recent regulatory and legislative proposals to benchmark US prescription drug prices to prices found in other countries, we looked at the underlying legal and economic issues.

02/27/2019
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Blog

Just Say No to Prescription Drug Price Controls

In a perverse misunderstanding of cause and effect, government regulators always seem to respond to their failures by calling for more of the same. If a policy fails to produce the desired effect, it must be because it didn’t go far enough. Education spending a failure? Spend more! Centralized health care costing too much? Centralize further! The ability to admit a mistake and reverse a bad policy seems to be one that government employees do not possess.

12/07/2015

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