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Wisconsin Bill Regarding Prescription Drug Costs (AB 311)

This law was last updated on Nov 19, 2018


This law is Anti–Choice

State

Wisconsin

Number

AB 311

Status

Failed to Pass

Proposed

Aug 14, 2015

Topics

Funding Restrictions for Family Planning

Full Bill Text

docs.legis.wisconsin.gov

AB 311 would require Planned Parenthood and other family planning clinics to purchase contraceptive drugs at a higher rate through Medicaid.

The legislation would raise rates by requiring certain clinics to bill their actual acquisition cost and the dispensing fee permitted under Medicaid when billing the state Medical Assistance Program for reimbursement of a prescription drug.

Two other bills being considered, SB 237 and AB 310, would divert Title X funding from Planned Parenthood. Combined, the proposals would reduce the amount of public funds that Planned Parenthood Wisconsin receives by $7.5 million per year.

STATUS

Companion to SB 238.


People