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@B4KD56P from Georgia answered…4 days

The government should pay what the average market price is that insurance companies have negotiated.

@B4K9PQRGreen from Ohio answered…4 days

Yes, I would prefer a single payer healthcare system though.

@B4DH2T6Independent from Ohio answered…3wks

Yes, but allow for other drug coverage when a drug doesn't or is new.

@B4CQ66HConstitution from California answered…3wks

Yes, they are obligated to make them as affordable as possible.

@Brad-SternRepublican from Maryland answered…1mo

@B3Z9MBNSocialistfrom Guam  answered…1mo

@B3RY23XDemocratfrom Vermont  answered…2mos

@B3KZ5X3Constitution from Illinois answered…2mos

They should be able to cap costs but not at the expense of the patient

@B2W2WDKLibertarian from Florida answered…3mos

The government should only get involved if price gouging or fixing is occuring

@B2PKS2CDemocrat from Michigan answered…4mos

Yes, but there should be limitations on how high the prices can get

@B2PH23VLibertarian from New York answered…4mos

Other insurance companies negotiate prices, I don’t see why Medicare should act differently

@B2L5DVFLibertarian from Georgia answered…4mos

Government is a monopoly and should obey any laws regulating monopolies.

@B2FYGP2Democrat from Texas answered…4mos

Yes, but to a degree to where they don't hurt people financially

@ogoldmanTranshumanist from Arizona answered…4mos

Yes, but the government should be sure to encourage drug research and development by considering offsetting the profit losses, using methods such as tax breaks, reimbursement, or investment

@Lowkeyy.yeurisPeace and Freedom from Connecticut answered…5mos

@9ZHKTLXPeace and Freedom from Washington answered…5mos

@9YTHZH2Communist from New York answered…7mos

Yes, medical prices should be significantly lower, if not free. What good will medicine or treatment do you if you can't access it because you can't afford it?

@B36FWD5Veteran from Illinois answered…3mos

Since it is a subsidized program I guess it would make sense.

@9ZTNYD5Libertarian from Pennsylvania answered…5mos

No, the government should not interfere with the free market and abolish Medicare

@9ZRT9ZLGreen from Tennessee answered…5mos

Yes, but a decentral community run healthcare would be more ideal.

@9ZR4353Democrat from Washington answered…5mos

yes if they have the ability to hurt rather then help like opioids

@9ZQKRRCCommunist from Kansas answered…5mos

Pharmaceutical companies should be nationalized and folded into a universal single-payer system

@9Z2NSRZVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…6mos

@9YZDSNRSocialist from New Jersey answered…7mos

Yes, we should pass a regulation that bans medical care costs from being more than what it takes to run the businesses

@9YM6LZ7Socialist from New Jersey answered…7mos

Yes, we should pass a regulation that stops medical care and health insurance costs from being more than what it takes to run the businesses. Then, provide Medicare For All.

@9H4X266Communist from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

No, the pharmaceutical companies should all be nationalized.

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…2yrs

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@9GTMQJ7Socialistfrom New York  answered…2yrs

@9GST4NLTranshumanist from Montana answered…2yrs

I don't have enough information to accurately answer this question.

@9GNVNG3Veteran from Georgia answered…2yrs

@9GNQ42CSocialist from Washington answered…2yrs

healthcare and life saving drugs and medication should be free or easily affordable

@9GFL4SJPeace and Freedom from Washington answered…2yrs

@9GCLT22Women’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

@9G9HT94Democrat from Maryland answered…2yrs

Yes drug companies will chargevthe government more without oversight.

@9G47SF9Greenfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

Drug prices should not exceed a reasonable percentage of the cost to make.

@9G3P4DQDemocrat from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Yes, companies have the ability to negotiate for services. Medicare should also have this ability. This is the opposite of allowing the free market to work

@9FNTSXBVeteran from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes but the people also need to be involved , and have a lot of say.

@9FM53YFWomen’s Equality from Maine answered…2yrs

@9FKXTTQConstitution from New Hampshire answered…2yrs

No, unless they are pressing criminal charges on companies that drastically inflate the prices on life-saving drugs

@9FKLPX5Working Family from Arkansas answered…2yrs

Yes, and the whole health insurance and medical market should be socialized.

@9FFG9YNGreen from Ohio answered…2yrs

Yes, but no benefits should be given to the private company negotiating.

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