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U.S. Senator For Kansas, Jerry Moran

WASHINGTON – This weekend, President Donald Trump signed S. 2661, the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act, legislation introduced by U.S. Senators Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), Cory Gardner (R-Colo.), Tammy Baldwin (D-W

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American Cars, American Jobs - Sherrod Brown

It’s like handing out 50-percent-off coupons to companies that send jobs overseas. Our bill says that if you move American jobs abroad, you lose your 50-percent-off coupon and pay the full 21 percent. On the other hand, if you keep jobs in the U.S., you keep your discounted rate.

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Description of the Chairman’s Mark The Prescription Drug

exclude the value of coupons provided to privately insured individuals from each drug’s ASP, as reported to the HHS Secretary. This provision would apply to manufacturers’ product sales for calendar quarters beginning on July 1, 2021. This provision would define coupons to mean

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American Cars, American Jobs - Sherrod Brown

That’s like handing out 50 percent off coupons to companies that send jobs overseas. This bill puts a stop to that. It says that if you choose to send jobs overseas, you lose that coupon and pay the full 21 percent. On the other hand, if you keep jobs in the U.S., you keep your discount.

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Prescription Drug Pricing Reduction Act of 2020

Section 102. Inclusion of value of coupons in determination of average sales price for drugs and biologicals under Medicare Part B. This section would require manufacturers to factor in the value of coupons provided to individuals with private insurance when calculating the ASP for a drug, biological, or biosimilar, beginning July 1, 2022

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Brown Announces Legislation to Support Ohio Auto Industry

“We shouldn’t be handing out 50 percent off coupons to companies that send jobs overseas.” Brown’s bill would benefit Ohio companies and workers throughout the auto supply chain. The legislation would put U.S.-made cars on equal footing with foreign-made vehicles and update the tax code to remove incentives for auto companies to

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Brown Joins Mahoning Valley Autoworkers as He Leads

“We shouldn’t be handing out 50 percent off coupons to companies that send jobs overseas.” Brown’s bill would benefit Ohio companies and workers throughout the auto supply chain. The legislation would put U.S.-made cars on equal footing with foreign-made vehicles and update the tax code to remove incentives for auto companies to

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Grassley Works to Protect Consumers | Chuck Grassley

Grassley said in order to make use of the coupons, many times consumers are forced to spend more money with the company that ripped them off in the first place. Additionally, the terms under which the coupons can be used are often so restrictive that they're basically useless. In contrast, the lawyers get paid in cash.

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Senator’s Legislation Encourages Customers to Buy American

“We shouldn’t be handing out 50 percent off coupons to companies that send jobs overseas.” Brown’s bill would benefit Ohio companies and workers throughout the auto supply chain. The legislation would put U.S.-made cars on equal footing with foreign-made vehicles and update the tax code to remove incentives for auto companies to

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Brown Joins Lima Autoworkers, Community Leaders as He

“We shouldn’t be handing out 50 percent off coupons to companies that send jobs overseas.” Brown’s bill would benefit Ohio companies and workers throughout the auto supply chain. The legislation would put U.S.-made cars on equal footing with foreign-made vehicles and update the tax code to remove incentives for auto companies to

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Digital TV Converter Coupons Coveted (Washington Post

Digital TV Converter Coupons Coveted (Washington Post) Tuesday, December 30, 2008. By Kim Hart Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, December 30, 2008; D01 In less than two months, television broadcasters will go all-digital, permanently shutting off the traditional analog signals they've relied on for more than half a century.

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