Yes, in terms of setting a tax on surplus revenue from life-saving drugs, limiting the non-competitive drug patients, and only setting price ceilings when a drug company is bought out or merged with another corporate entity.
This is a double edged sword. Have other countries pay their fair share so we can price control ours and not have to single-handedly pay for the worlds research and development and the continued existence of pharmaceutical companies.
Yes, limit drug prices but also increase federal and state funded incentives for research and development of safer and more effective drugs for all forms of Illness. Also decriminalize all drug use, increase funding for rehabilitation and mental health treatment, as well as safe use sites, then dismantle the DEA and force the FDA to re-evaluate the drug schedules based on modern research and allow for more research and development in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy.
I hate to say yes because we don't need to have the government control everything, but greed is driving up the costs of medication. We should want to help people and still make money without causing people to have to choose between medication and buying food or paying a bill.
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