A battle over making drug prices more transparent for consumers is escalating between the federal government and the pharmaceutical industry. Health officials want drugs ads that appear on TV to include the list price of the medications. The new proposal would apply to all brand-name drugs covered by Medicare and Medicaid, which is most prescription medicines. Chip Reid reports.



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