Wal-Mart is test-driving a new plan that would make many generic drugs available at one of their pharmacies for just $4. If it works in Florida, it may go nationwide, which could be good news for millions of Americans, but there are critics who say it's just a P.R. ploy. MSNBC has details.
On Friday, Target, the nation's No. 2 discount retailer, said it would match Wal-Mart's lower prices for generic prescription drugs in the Tampa area immediately. It was not clear, however, if Target would expand the program beyond Tampa.
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