RENO, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced the launch of a prescription discount card on Thursday, a method of softening the increasing costs of medications. The digital card, called ArrayRX, saves an average of 80% on generic prescriptions and up to 20% on brand name drugs and is free for Nevadans. For those without health insurance it is set to lower costs significantly, Sisolak said at a Thursday press conference in Las Vegas. Those with health insurance will now be able to compare their costs with ArrayRX, and can opt for whichever option is cheaper. All Nevada, Washington and Oregon residents qualify regardless of age, income or citizenship status.