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Walker says he would sign amended chemo bill
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MADISON - Republican leaders in the state Senate stopped short of promising another vote on a bill that would make chemotherapy pills more affordable up for a vote, saying Friday that they need time to digest last-minute revisions that the Assembly made to the measure. Assembly Republicans approved the measure before adjourning their two-year session early Friday, but they first amended the version the Senate passed earlier this week to allow insurers to charge a copay of up to $100 for a monthly supply of the pills. The Senate would have to approve the Assembly revisions before it can go to Gov.