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Connecticut Launches Prescription Discount Program

Gov. Ned Lamont and Sens. Saud Anwar (right) and Jorge Cabrera at Arrow Pharmacy in Hartford. Photo credit: Mike Savino, CTNewsJunkie

Discount cards will be active as of Oct. 2, but residents can sign up immediately.

By Mike Savino, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Starting next month, residents in Connecticut will be able to utilize a new program that will help some spend significantly less on prescription drugs.

Residents will be able to use a discount card, called ArrayRX, that could save them up to 80% on generic prescription drugs and 20% on branded drugs, state Comptroller Sean Scanlon said Thursday.

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