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Fri July 7, 2006
Wyoming – Prescription drugs can eat up a family's budget, especially if that budget is at or below the federal poverty line and if the person who needs the medicine doesn't qualify for federal assistance to help off-set the cost of prescription drugs. A Wyoming prescription drug assistance program used to step in where other programs left off helping low-income Wyomingites of any age buy up to three prescription drugs a month with a low co-pay.