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On the Issues

Lowering Prescription Drug Prices

Lowering Prescription Drug Prices

Across Wisconsin, families are facing skyrocketing prescription drug prices — but in Washington, it’s the drug corporations whose voices are the loudest. That’s why Tammy took on Big Pharma to do right by Wisconsinites, who should never be forced to choose between groceries and medicine.

Recently, Tammy handed Big Pharma their first ever loss in Washington when she helped pass the Inflation Reduction Act. The bill will lower drug prices and out-of-pocket costs by allowing Medicare to negotiate the price of prescription drugs and capping the cost of insulin at $35 per month for seniors on Medicare. Now, drug companies such as Eli Lilly are lowering the cost of insulin to $35 a month for everyone, showing the incredible impact of Tammy’s legislation.

Holding Drug Corporations Accountable and Reining in Big Pharma

Tammy is putting Wisconsinites first by slowing the revolving door between pharmaceutical companies and Washington. Tammy’s legislation would force pharmaceutical regulators to recuse themselves if there are conflicts of interest, and it would tighten lobbying rules around future pharmaceutical regulations.

In 2022, Tammy helped pass a new law to crack down on drug corporations that unfairly jack up the price of seniors’ prescriptions. And Tammy’s FAIR Drug Pricing Act would take on pharmaceutical CEOs by making them explain exactly why they are hiking up their prices, whether it’s to buy more TV ads, gift their shareholders more stock buybacks, raise their executives’ pay, or if it’s just simply because they can.