For a person with $10,000 in total drug costs, more than 60 percent would be covered by the plan.
The average annual drug cost for the total practice population was £49.78.
The state would pay 12 percent and pick up drug costs.
After that, the insurance would cover 90 percent of drug costs.
For more than 20 years, the state has had its own program to help older adults with their drug costs.
In 1970, only 8 percent of the nation's total drug costs were covered by private insurance.
In exchange, the state would pick up their drug costs.
Drug costs are sure to be a big issue in next year's elections.
People with low drug costs may not view it as a "good buy," he said.
But people with only $530 in drug costs would pay one-third more than they do now.