“My cousin pays $210 per month for a cream she needs for her knees, and that WITH health care insurance.
She’s on a fixed income, so instead of using the cream everyday as directed, she uses it twice a week. She doesn’t have another choice—that’s all she can afford.
I’m extremely concerned that if something were to happen to me, I wouldn’t have the resources to buy the medication I’d need.
And that’s a direct result of drug company greed and the rigged system they’ve set up in Ohio. When I was in Canada, I saw that the price of my cousin’s cream was much cheaper.
It’s time for Ohio to negotiate a better deal for Ohio families.
No one should have to choose between their high priced prescription and eating or saving their home—that’s why I’m voting Yes on Issue 2.”