‘Yes on D’ Backers Cheer Landslide Win on San Francisco Drug Pricing Measure (11/6/13)

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Proposition D, a first-in-the-nation drug pricing ballot proposition, garnered 80% of the vote—72,978 of 95,612 total votes cast; Measure now requires city officials to “use all available opportunities to reduce the city’s cost of prescription drugs.” In addition, it urges state and federal representatives to sponsor legislation “to reduce drug prices paid by the government.”

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