Nevada aims to lower drug costs with free discount card

Nevada launched a free, digital discount card to slash generic drug prices up to 80 percent, Gov. Steve Sisolak said in a Sept. 22 statement. 

The card, ArrayRx, is also available in Oregon and Washington state. Regardless of age, income or citizenship, Nevada residents can enroll online at ArrayRxCard.com to receive the discount card that covers all FDA-approved drugs. 

"Prescription medications can get very expensive — too expensive." Mr. Sisolak said in the news release. "This program will help Nevadans keep more money in their pockets. Taking care of yourself and prioritizing your health shouldn't leave you bankrupt — and I will never stop in my mission to bring more affordable health care solutions to Nevadans."

Some name brand prescription drugs have reduced costs up to 20 percent with the card, the Nevada Current reported.

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