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Take Action: H655 Will Bring Financial Relief to Local Businesses
North Carolina employers are paying more and more for healthcare every year. This means less investment back into our local communities. H655, the "NC Healthcare for Working Families" bill could bring significant cost relief to over 500,000 North Carolinians. A partisan bill, H655 can improve the future of millions.
Additionally, this bill will:
- Provide needed support in solving the opioid epidemic
- Bring needed financial relief to struggling NC families
- Help rural hospitals across the state
Write to your representative now to demand action on this bill that is crucial to the future of North Carolina businesses!
Take Action: H655 is a crucial step to helping working North Carolinians and solving the opioid epidemic
In North Carolina, where 20 people die every day from opioid involved overdoses, and even people who work hard to support themselves and their families can't afford health coverage. This means less access to life saving treatment for victims of the opioid epidemic. H655, "NC Health Care for Working Families," a bill with bipartisan support, could bring relief to over 500,000 North Carolinians.
In addition this bill will:
- Help struggling rural hospitals
- Relieve healthcare costs for small businesses
- Bring needed financial relief to struggling families
Write your representative now to demand action on this bill that is crucial to North Carolina's future.
Tell your representative to say "no" to big pharma!
We’ve told you about big Pharma’s brazen attempt to gut the last remaining protection for patients against runaway drug prices.
Now the most profitable industry in the world is quietly pushing a bill through the state legislature that would cripple pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), which negotiate lower drug costs for North Carolinians.
We cannot let big pharma use the law to eliminate our only advocate in price negotiations.