Feb. 3, 2021, WPR - "Gov. Evers Releases Plan To Lower Prescription Drug Costs"
Feb 3, 2021 —
"One of the biggest health issues Wisconsin lawmakers faced before the coronavirus pandemic was high drug prices, and on Wednesday, Gov. Tony Evers announced a plan to lower medication costs for the state and consumers.
Evers' plan would limit copayments on insulin, import drugs from countries where they cost less, and give more funding to free clinics that provide medication patients couldn’t otherwise afford.
The proposal is a glimpse into what the Democratic governor will include in his next two-year budget which he will formally deliver in an address Feb. 16."
Read the complete story by Shamane Mills of WPR here.
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There is still an insulin crisis happening in our country. Prices need to be capped.
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