Ouch! Which hurts more, the shot or the bill?

Now drug firms also feel the pain as Clinton blasts their prices.

NO WONDER JO HARRIS, 79, IS FURIOUS about the price of prescription drugs. In the past two years the Montana widow has seen the cost of her medications soar, including a 50% jump in the price of the Voltaren tablets she takes for arthritis pain, which rose to $89.95 for a month's supply of 60 pills. "I feel like they rob me without a gun," Harris says. "When I paid the drugstore clerk, I told him, 'You know Bill Clinton's watching you, don't you?' I believe the guy will try to do something about this. I sure hope he can."


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