Campaign for Affordable Prescription Drugs!

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Too many Coloradans struggle to afford the prescription drugs they need for their health.

  • Nearly 1 in 3 Coloradans have skipped filling a prescription, skipped doses, or cut pills because of costs.
  • More than half of Coloradans are worried about prescription drug costs.
  • COVID-19 has made prescription drug affordability an even more pressing concern.
  • Coloradans overwhelmingly support doing more at the state level to hold prescription drug corporations accountable.

Join us as we work toward state level policies to make prescription drugs more affordable for Coloradans!

Here’s what you can do:

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Get involved on social media!

Share how prescription drug costs affect you/someone you know!

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Join our coalition for affordable drugs and stay informed!

Take ACTION

Check out CCHI’s 2020 Ballot Guide!

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Colorado Consumer Health Initiative
1420 N Ogden Street, Suite 1A
Denver, CO 80218

303.839.1261

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