2019 AARP Rx Affordability Campaign

                       Stop Rx Greed

Maryland is poised to become one of the first states to create a Prescription Drug Affordability Board! In the final hours of the 2019 Session, the Maryland General Assembly voted in favor of an amended version of House Bill 768. Now we need your help to make sure Governor Hogan signs this groundbreaking legislation.

The pharmaceutical lobby is hard at work behind the scenes to kill this legislation. It's time to make sure our voices are heardPlease use this form to contact Governor Hogan TODAY and urge him to support and sign HB768.

Maryland needs a watchdog to protect our state from exorbitant prescription drug costs. We still need the governor's support to ensure that Maryland gets a Prescription Drug Affordability Board.

Use this email advocacy tool to urge Governor Hogan to support HB768. Feel free to edit our language to make it your own, and if you have a personal story about high cost prescription drugs, please include it!

Many Marylanders 50+ are often unable to afford the best available medications for their needs, and can be forced to choose between their treatment and other necessities. Overall drug prices increased 9 percent in 2016 while inflation increased just over 2 percent.

Its time to stand up to Rx greed. Please contact Governor HoganTODAY.


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Dear [Decision Maker],

Marylanders are counting on you! Please support and sign HB 768, to create a Prescription Drug Affordability Board. This bi-partisan measure was passed by the Maryland General Assembly on April 8 and now we need your help.

Thank you for all the work you and your legislative colleagues are doing to achieve our shared goal of quality, affordable healthcare for Marylanders.

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