The Wisconsin Assembly has passed legislation that would require pharmacy benefit managers to register with the state and submit annual reports. The bill getting final approval Tuesday is designed to lower prescription drug costs. The benefit managers would have to reveal the rebates they received from drug makers and show whether those savings were passed on to consumers. Members of the Assembly are also working on a bipartisan measure to guarantee those with pre-existing conditions can’t be turned away by health insurance companies.

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