The cost of prescription drugs has gotten so out of hand that regulators and legislators are having to step in and try to remedy the situation. The latest effort comes from the House of Representatives, which recently passed a bill which would cap the cost of insulin. The bill, which passed by a vote of 232-193 would cap the cost of insulin for both those on Medicare and those with private insurance at just $35 per month. A similar bill passed the House last year but died in the Senate. Democratic legislators are hoping to work out a compromise with Republicans to get it passed in the Senate.