‘Limit the ‘Orphan Drug’ Incentives’

The cost of drug prescriptions has become an issue in the presidential-primary season, most notably with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders competing to see who can do the most to protect the wallets of potential voters. Mrs. Clinton this fall proposed capping out-of-pocket drug expenses at $250 a month, while Mr. Sanders vowed to make the federal government drop its unwillingness to negotiate prices with pharmaceutical companies. More at the Wall Street Journal.