Prescription Justice is holding members of Congress accountable by grading them on drug prices.
That means we are looking at their votes, bill sponsorships, public statements, and last but not least, the money they take from pharmaceutical companies. For extra credit, members can go on record in partial or full support of the Prescription Justice Policy Platform.
Our grades are based on excellent research and a defensible methodology. But you be the judge. Bottom line is that we are naming and shaming, lauding and applauding members of Congress based on their actions and position on drug prices.
Drug prices are the number one healthcare cost concern today. Americans, Republicans and Democrats alike, are united on which policies are needed to bring down drug prices. Congress still isn’t moving to pass legislation to enact those policies. That’s going to end. Let’s not vote for people who are beholden to the pharmaceutical industry and/or simply won’t take the actions necessary to end the crisis of high drug prices.