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The National Review Online

 •  May 19, 2017

Fixing the prices of prescription drugs creates shortages and stifles research into new drugs. Are the laws of economics negotiable? Some foreign leaders seem to think so. They’re installing price controls in the hope of bringing down prescription-drug costs. They’re convinced they can simply decree that drug companies charge less without any...

The National Review Online

 •  April 27, 2017

Everybody complains about the high cost of prescription drugs. Even President Trump said recently that the pharma industry “is getting away with murder” with its high prices. One way that the cost of many older drugs has been held down is the use of generic drugs, which are chemically no different from brand-name versions but sell at an average 80%...

The National Review Online

 •  April 3, 2017

Another gift courtesy of Obamacare How many different ways are there to make a Domino’s pizza? The answer might interest you. It might also interest the Food and Drug Administration — at least, it should. The nation’s franchise restaurants are about one month away from the imposition of new nutritional-labeling rules dreamed up by the Obama...