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MInnesota - Oppose SF 1098

CCAGW urges Minnesota senators to oppose SF 1098, the Prescription Drug Price Transparency Act.

Washington - Oppose SB 6088

CCAGW urges Washington State senators to oppose SB 6088, Establishing a Prescription Drug Affordability Board Act.

New Mexico - Oppose SB 1 (House)

CCAGW urges New Mexico State Representatives to oppose SB 1, the Wholesale Prescription Drug Importation Act.

New Mexico - Oppose SB 1 (Senate)

CCAGW urges New Mexico State Senators to oppose SB 1, the Wholesale Prescription Drug Importation Act.

Oregon - CCAGW Urges Opposition to Drug Importation Legislation

CCAGW urges Oregon State Legislators to oppose the reintroduction of, or any new, price-control drug importation legislation.

Missouri - Support SB 526

CCAGW urges Missouri State Senators to support SB 526.

Washington - Oppose SB 6088 and SB 6110

CCAGW urges Washington State Senators to oppose price-control and healthcare rationing legislation.

Medicaid: The Feds Have Failed To Stop the Waste and Mismanagement, Let The States Try

Medicaid is losing billions to waste, fraud, and abuse, and the program is crushing state budgets  The feds haven't been able to fix it.  Let the states try.  

January 14, 2020 — Leslie Paige 1579037316

New USDA SNAP Rules and Work Requirements Come at the Perfect Time for Job Seekers

The December 2019 jobs report, released on January 10, 2020 confirms what everyone already knows; the economy is strong and the jobs market is robust. 

The U.S. added 145,000 new jobs in December, the unemployment rate persisted at a fifty-year low of 3.5 percent, and average earnings rose slightly, with the year over year gain at 2.9 percent.

January 10, 2020 — Leslie Paige 1578673914

The End to the Chicago Teacher Strike Underscores Pension Crisis

While Windy City children can finally start heading back to school, the Chicago Teachers Union’s (CTU) 11-day strike resulted in no reform, to the detriment of students, taxpayers, and the fiscal health of the entire state of Illinois.

November 6, 2019 — Peter Klensch 1573073416

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