Sister Carren Haring

Sister Carren Haring from Cincinnati: “We’re in the midst of a moral crisis of greed in our country. Pharmaceutical CEOs are making multi-million dollar salaries. This money is coming out of the average American.   Stand with Sister Haring and vote YESon Issue 2...

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Sister Fran Repka, Sisters of Mercy

  “It’s time for us to do something about” drug prices, and “Ohio could be a leader in the nation” if we pass Issue 2, says Sister Fran Repka of the Sisters of Mercy.   Join her by voting YES on Issue 2 this November....

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Wendell Young, Cincinnati City Council Member

As a City Council member, Wendell Young has seen the “out of control” cost of prescription drugs wreak havoc on honest, hard working Ohioans who have to choose between keeping the lights on and purchasing the drugs they need. No Ohioan should have to make life or...

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Derek Bauman

Derek, a retired police officer of 26 years, was injured in the line of duty due to the opioid crisis: “We need to fight these big drug companies that are in this for their own profits, who are pushing this poison out into our communities.” Stand with Derek and vote...

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Bennett Allen

“Negotiation is the lifeblood of the marketplace... Issue 2 is the best opportunity we have to pushback against the drug industry.” Bennett, an attorney from Cincinnati, is supporting Issue 2—join him this...

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Meet Yvonka

Yvonka, the Executive Director of NE Ohio’s Black Health Coalition, has seen first-hand why we must lower drug...

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Cynthia S from Cleveland: “Stop the madness”

"My son has has anxiety, and he doesn’t have insurance to buy his own medicine. Sometimes the pharmacy gives him cheaper substitutes when they’re available, but he often has to pay the full price for his medication and doesn’t have the money to do it. I end up paying...

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