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Subcommittee on Health hearing

NCPA board member urges subcommittee to eliminate “gag clauses”

NCPA board member urges subcommittee to eliminate “gag clauses”

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — In testimony before the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health today, pharmacist-owner Hugh Chancy urged support for draft legislation to prohibit restrictive contractual language, often referred to as “gag clauses,” that may result in patients being charged inflated prices for their medications. Chancy, who owns Chancy Drugs in Hahira, Ga., testified on behalf of the