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Judge blocks Trump administration cuts to 340B hospital drug-discount program

The Health and Human Services building in Washington, D.C. Source: Alex Brandon/AP

A federal judge has blocked a Trump administration policy that reduces payments to hospitals under a drug discount program, ruling Thursday that the government overstepped its authority in an attempt to address the high cost of prescription

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