Middlemen are often standing between patients and their medicines.

Insurance companies use pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) to decide if medicines get covered and what people pay. Just three PBMs control 80% of the prescription drug market, and last year, they denied coverage to more than 1,150 medicines.

When people are sick, they should be fighting their illness, not middlemen.

It's time to lower costs for patients by holding middlemen accountable.

A Voter's Perspective: Alfred and Rebecca

Pharmacist, Dad, and Patient

Voters like Alfred and Rebecca, who live in Kentucky, overwhelmingly support solutions to help rein in insurance companies and their pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). Join them in raising your voice to ensure that patients and doctors are the ones making decisions about medications, not PBMs who are more focused on bottom lines than quality of life.

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