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InForum cartoonist Trygve Olson comments on the driving force behind high prescription drug costs.

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Cartoon by Trygve Olson
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The proposal aims to slash prescription drug prices for nearly 60,000 current and retired public employees and their dependents.
In just the last three years, nearly two dozen states have established insulin price caps.
"If you're frustrated about high prescription drug prices, I understand. I pay them too. It's no fun. But government price controls aren't the right solution to that problem."
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Related Topics: PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
Opinion by Trygve Olson
Since 1984, Trygve Olson has provided illustrations and editorial cartoons to The Forum. He is a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Moorhead and the Sons of Norway in Fargo, where he's one of the instructors in the Norwegian language. Contact him via email at trygvekolson@gmail.com.
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