Six presidential candidates talk with AARP about their plans to reduce high prescription drug prices.
Limiting how much drugmakers can raise prices, allowing Medicare to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies and even empowering the government to contract for the manufacture of lower-priced medicines are some of the ideas Democratic presidential hopefuls have suggested as options for reducing prescription drug prices.
Hear from each of the six candidates to learn more about their plans for lowering the cost of prescription medications.
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