Far too many Minnesotans are forced to choose between prescription drugs and other necessities, like rent and groceries. Many are even forced to go without their medications. It’s time to change the rules and create an official body that asks why prescription drugs are priced so high and starts getting these costs under control. We need to tell legislators to pick a side: Minnesota’s families or Big Pharma’s profits.
Prescription Drug Affordability Board Candidates Across race, place, age, and political lines, Minnesotans across the state are struggling with out-of-control prescription drug costs. For years, pharmaceutical drug companies have been price-gouging
Last week, Governor Walz released a revised supplemental budget recommendation to the legislature. From here, the Governor’s administration will present their proposals to state legislators, who will then negotiate to