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Colorado could become first state to set price cap for pharmaceutical drug

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Many Americans experience sticker shock when they pay for certain prescription drugs. Americans pay the world's highest prices for drugs even though many are developed with money from the U.S. government. Now, a state board in Colorado may be the first to cap the price for a drug it says is unaffordable. Colorado Matters Host Chandra Thomas Whitfield speaks with Andrew Perez, the senior politics editor for Rolling Stone Magazine, who wrote an article about the issue.