From Courtney HQ <[email protected]>
Subject Joe is keeping his promise to fight for eastern Connecticut.
Date April 11, 2022 9:51 PM
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“People want to see Congress focused on the serious issues that really make a difference in their lives — like making sure we’re getting fair prices on prescription drugs, and that we’re not getting price-gouged on absolutely necessary, lifesaving medication like insulin.”
— Joe Courtney

Do you stand with Joe in fighting for lower insulin costs for patients?

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John —

Last month, Joe joined his colleagues in the House to pass the Affordable Insulin Now Act which, if enacted, would lower insulin costs for Americans by capping monthly costs to just $35.

With 1 in 4 Americans who rely on insulin cutting back or skipping doses due to costs, it’s clear — Americans can't wait any longer for fair prescription drug prices so that they can afford the medications they need to survive.

This is the type of legislation that Joe got in Congress to fight for, and he was proud to cast his vote and help pass this bill. But we want to know where you stand, John.

Do you agree with Joe that Americans deserve fair, affordable insulin prices?

YES » [link removed]
NO » [link removed]

Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us,

Courtney HQ


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