We’re Winning Battles, but Still Fighting the Drug Pricing War - Paycheck

We’re Winning Battles, but Still Fighting the Drug Pricing War

  • How can American ingenuity help solve our biggest health care problems?
  • Amidst all the impeachment talk, will the government come to a halt or be more pressed to pass drug pricing legislation?
  • Which states are taking health care matters into their own hands and what are Wisconsin legislators focused on?

Impeachment talk, trade tariffs, immigration reform, defense spending – there are too many pieces in the game of political chess for us to focus on them all at once. With so much going on in any given day, and news channels focusing on what they think will get the most viewership, it’s easy for some of the most important issues we face to fall to the bottom of the barrel.

Remember the battle with high drug prices and unaffordable health care?

States and the current administration have won a couple battles related to health care costs, but we’re still waging the war on drug prices that most Americans simply cannot afford.

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