Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) met last night to debate the future of Obamacare in a town-hall debate. The 2 senators are opposed on how to provide health care coverage to Americans, but found common ground on drug pricing and pharmaceutical importation.
Sanders and Cruz agreed that people should be able to purchase drugs from other countries, suggesting that it could create an environment of competition and lower U.S. prices. In January, both senators voted for an amendment to a budget resolution that would have allowed drug re-importation, but it did not pass.
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