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On February 4th, Representative Bennett proposed H.B. 1130, which amends 36 O.S. 2011, Section 6060.2 to impose a cap on the amount an insurer can charge
Ask Kentucky lawmakers to support this law, which would allow pharmacists to prescribe the appropriate amount of a medication to a person facing an emergency – like someone who drops their last bottle of insulin on a Friday night!
Out of all the organizations out there, why DPAC? Most of us who have lived in this world realize that, in order to effect the greatest amount of change you start from the Top-Down. DPAC starts with those seated in positions that have the power to literally change the world of those living with Diabetes. DPAC strives to make Diabetes Advocacy simple, so that “regular people” can change their voice into action.
Accumulator adjustment programs limit access to diabetes medications – many of which have no generic substitute – and devices by preventing manufacturer copay assistance contributions
Together, the DPAC Champions plan to grow the voice of PWDs in our Nation’s capital, Washington, DC, and also in our Nation’s Capitals, from Annapolis to Tallahassee, Indianapolis to Frankfort, Sacramento to Baton Rouge and beyond. We want our legislators to gain a better understanding of what we face, and how they can positively impact our lives. In addition, through partnerships with the Lions Club International, the Association of Black Cardiologists, DPAC Champions hope to engage and energize everyone including “sugar-normals” to help advance legislative solutions to giving us better sails.
I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2011 at age 12. After going to a doctor’s appointment where I was promised there would be