HB 1843 – OklahomaStatus: In Process
Year Introduced: 2023
restores previously stricken language in Section 3, allowing the Insurance Commissioner to censure, suspend, revoke or refuse to issue or renew a license of or levy a civil penalty against any person licensed under the insurance laws of this state for any violation of the Patient’s Right to Pharmacy Choice Act. The amendment also allows for the Attorney General to recommend that a pharmacy benefits manager (PBM) be censured if they are found in violation of the measure, and requires that the Insurance Commissioner take the recommended action.
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