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To: All Members of U.S. Congress

Americans overwhelmingly agree that Congress must act to stop prescription drug corporations from gouging consumers with high prices on the medicines they need to lead healthy and productive lives. I urge you to support the "Improving Access to Affordable Prescription Drugs Act," which would, among other reforms:

  • Roll back prescription drug corporation monopolies to increase competition and make medicines affordable for everyone;
  • Hold to account companies that engage in price gouging, fraud and other abuses;
  • Allow Medicare to negotiate fair drug prices and lower out of pocket costs for seniors;
  • And, require transparency from drug corporations, including financial information like profits and pricing data.

Pass this vital bill to lower prescription drug prices without delay!

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Tell Congress to pass the "Improving Access to Affordable Prescription Drugs Act" to lower drug prices and rein in abuses by pharmaceutical corporations.

Our system rewards drug corporations with overwhelming monopoly power, and Big Pharma uses that power to charge Americans more than any other country in the world.

As a result of the greed of pharmaceutical corporations, nearly 1 in 5 U.S. residents do not fill a prescription because they cannot afford it.

The prescription drug industry is one of the most profitable in the country. It is morally wrong that people have to choose between filling a prescription and putting food on the table for their family.

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