Republicans plan to raise prescription drug prices if they win the house


House Republicans are considering repealing prescription drug price cuts that Democrats passed and signed into law.

TBEN reported:

Some key House Republicans are calling for Democrats to repeal the recently passed drug pricing measure if the GOP reverses control of one or both chambers of Congress next year.

Rep. Kevin Brady (R-Texas), the top Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee, said repealing the drug pricing law is a likely agenda item. “Since those drug facilities are so dangerous, I imagine this will be a top priority for Republicans in the new session, discouraging investment in life-saving treatments,” he said.

Republicans want to raise the price of prescription drugs

The claim that lowering drug prices would lead to fewer cures is a topic of discussion in the pharmaceutical industry. What the law is doing is cutting back on Big Pharma’s price push.

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It’s as if House Republicans are looking for things that could cost them the November election. Repealing the drug price cut is a loser from an issue Democrats should drive home every day until Election Day.

A vote for the Republican candidate in your district is a vote to increase the cost of your prescription drugs.

Even if the House approves a repeal, it will die in the Senate. If it managed to get through the Senate, President Biden would veto it, so Republicans are shooting themselves in the foot for no reason at all, except to remind voters that House Republicans are always on top of their interests. will take last place.


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