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The most expensive ballot measure in Ohio's history was resoundingly rejected by voters on Tuesday, handing a victory to the pharmaceutical industry that spent big money to defeat it. The measure -- which would have been a first of its kind in the nation -- would have let state health agencies pay the same for prescription drugs as the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, which gets a 24 percent discount off drug manufacturers' prices.
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