Tricare for Life users were not exempt from the pharmacy cost increases that hit Feb. 1. Congress approved that price hike last year as a way to pay for a fix to a problem known as the “widow’s tax.” For more details, see this Military.com article.
Why Did Tricare for Life Prescription Co-Pays Go Up?
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