Senators block proposed Tricare fee increases

07/9/2013 | Army Times

The Senate Armed Services Committee has rejected a Pentagon proposal to increase Tricare pharmacy copays and fees, mirroring an earlier move by its House counterpart. The Senate committee's 2014 defense authorization bill also omits White House proposals for increased Tricare enrollment fees for retirees; new or higher deductibles, fees and copayments for working-age retirees; and higher pharmacy copays for all beneficiaries.

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