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Illinois Governor JB. Pritzker has signed a bill that puts a cap on out-of-pocket insulin costs at $100 for a 30-day supply. The bill covers only individuals that have insurance through Illinois-regulated insurance programs, which include the state employees’ health plan, the state Medicaid plan, and certain private plans. Illinois became the second state to enact a $100 price limit for a 30-day supply of insulin after Colorado passed a similar law in 2019.

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