Bernie Sanders says in a new TV advertisement that California's Proposition 61, a measure to lower state prescription drug prices, 'is great for taxpayers.' But analysts say it's not clear how the state would implement the measure.
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More than $185 million has already poured in for and against the 17 measures on California's November ballot. Experts say the money can distort the facts about the measures, but also note campaigns with the most cash don't necessarily win.