Today, Democrats are ecstatic, Republicans perhaps not so much, but one thing is certain: everyone’s wallets are cheering! The verdict is in: the state of Alabama voted Doug Jones to represent them as the next Senator of Alabama.
Put the Drama Aside…
You see, Doug Jones is a vote for expressly permitting your access to cheaper meds in Canada. “The Affordable and Safe Prescription Drug Importation Act” is a bill that Roy Moore would have most assuredly voted against, which is frankly unacceptable given the exorbitant prescription medication costs folks are facing at the local pharmacy counter every day.
The Affordable and Safe Prescription Drug Importation Act
The Affordable and Safe Prescription Drug Importation Act, introduced in February, would allow Americans to buy American-made prescription drugs from Canada, where—for wild reasoning that can only be boiled down to greed—the prices are much lower than at my local CVS. The Congressional Budget Office estimates this law would save nearly $7 billion over the next 10 years.
That’s nice, but how does that affect me?
Well, it could be the difference between buying groceries or taking much-needed pills. That’s the reality for Americans budgeting medication costs into their daily life. This importation legislation will expressly allow Americans access to safe, affordable prescription drugs through importation, whether by travelling to Canada to buy it or by ordering it online via Canadian online pharmacies. No family should question whether to take their meds or not simply because of the cost.
We here at PharmacyChecker.com are elated that the people of Alabama voted to lower prescription drug prices. We’re sick of seeing the same drugs that we buy in the U.S. sold for over 70% less in neighboring Canada.
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