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@67FSCZRIndependentfrom Virginia  answered…12mos

Regardless, shorten the lifespan of drug patents and deschedulize marijuana and kratom.

@9XNGNDCPeace and Freedom from New York answered…1 day

Yes, the government should also regulate the price of all prescription drugs and socialize medicine and healthcare

@9XLPRX6Republican from New York answered…3 days

Yes, but only by negotiating lower prices for those on Medicare and Medicaid.

@Bob-MetzgerVeteran from Ohio answered…2wks

Yes, but not should be limited in scope to only keep drug makers fromaking excessive profits

@9X9BMTDVeteran from Connecticut answered…2wks

@9XFQ733Working Family from Utah answered…1wk

Yes, but provide funding similar the profit that would have been made to encourage continued research in this field.

@9XFGD53Women’s Equality from Utah answered…1wk

yes, Limit the price of drugs but not regulate, that wastes resources

@9X8WP4FDemocrat from Oklahoma answered…2wks

Yes, since these companies receive federal money for research and development they should be required to serve citizens in equal measure.

@9X5W6GYPeace and Freedom from Washington answered…3wks

the government shouldn't have a say in prices per se, but prescription drugs such as insulin, and medication for mental issues should be free, or significantly lowered.

@9X3SXKPVeteran from New Jersey answered…3wks

No, we should have a price transparent medical system whereby companies tell you the prices of their products/services.

@9RBQLBNVeteran from Mississippi answered…9mos

No, but if a company agrees to regulate their pricing they should be granted an extended patent.

@9R7L6CHConstitution from Florida answered…9mos

Yes, but only in ensuring that Americans are not paying a higher price than a foreign nation does for our drugs.

@9R72PN2American Solidarity from New York answered…9mos

No, the government should instead regulate and limit patents by companies to increase pharmaceutical competition.

@9QSWWWCPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…10mos

@9QSHRRGGreen from Rhode Island answered…10mos

The government should nationalize the pharmaceutical industry.

@9QQXF6CLibertarian from Florida answered…10mos

@9QNYVQCDemocratfrom Maine  answered…11mos

Yes, but it should be done by subsidizing the businesses that developed the drug and make up for lost revenue developing it.

@9QHHLY8Transhumanist from Texas answered…11mos

No, but provide government oversight to prevent abusive pricing.

@9Q7SGCVWorking Family from Missouri answered…11mos

to an extent, they should prevent price gouging and compensate the companies a bt

@9Q5QQWTConstitutionfrom Maine  answered…11mos

Yes, but only when Prices turn ethnically not acceptable and letting people die for no reason.

@9Q3PSQNIndependent from Texas answered…11mos

Not regulate but come up with a plan for those in great need.

@9PY6CTVTranshumanist from Utah answered…11mos

No but insurance companies and private citizens should be able to look outside of America for lower prices.

@9PV584XConstitution from California answered…12mos

No, the government should offer tax cuts and subsidies for private businesses that agree to lower prescription drugs.

@9PJY3SYLibertarian from Maine answered…12mos

We should be paying the lowest price offered by any country for a drug

@9PG79TMAmerican Solidarity from Indiana answered…12mos

Life- saving drugs should be free. A life is worth way more than money.

@9PFXJBTRepublican from Wyoming answered…12mos

Yes, make it affordable to people who need them but high enough so some people cant use it irresponsibly

@9P2ZP7XWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…12mos

Yes, but only after researchers get the researching cost back.

@9NZ4SWBVeteran from Kansas answered…12mos

Open the market and stop drug companies from monopolizing the industry.

@9NSRPDQRepublican from Connecticut answered…12mos

Yes it should regulate prices if they drive them down so the people who need those meds desperately in order to survive are able to afford them. I would even pay a tax to make sure those people got their meds.

@9NRPMWQRepublican from Texas answered…12mos

Life-saving drugs should be cheaper because people in bad conditions should not be charged just so they can live their life

@9NQSXV6Republican from Oklahoma answered…12mos

The government should not regulate prices but should step in if prices are being artificially inflated.

@9NDWX9LLibertarian from Minnesota answered…12mos

Yes but not for the first 10 years of their market introduction.

@9NC87MQTranshumanist from Missouri answered…12mos

@q.chance215Women’s Equality from Oklahoma answered…12mos

All prescription drugs especially life saving ones should be capped to a price where the company nets a 10% profit from the sale of the medicine. This would cover the production cost and still garner enough profit for the company to grow.

@9N7GNGHTranshumanist from Iowa answered…12mos

Yes, pharmaceuticals should have some sort of a cap price. It's insane how expensive medications currently are.

@9MZQH5YVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…12mos

No, but no one should be refused life savings drugs if they can't afford them.

@9MVQS39Libertarian from Kentucky answered…12mos

@9MMMF49Green from California answered…12mos

No, but incentives for development combined with a single payer market would provide a more competitive landscape

@9MMF864Constitution from South Carolina answered…12mos

Shorten drug patents but also have a stop gap for price gouging similar to during disasters.

@9MLPYDXVeteran from North Carolina answered…12mos

yes, they should be the same price as other countries can get them for

@9MLJ684Women’s Equality from Tennessee answered…12mos

@9MJLRSGTranshumanist from Oregon answered…12mos

@9M8TVC7Veteran from Virginia answered…12mos

Yes and invest more government dollars into research as well as higher tax write off for monetary donations to research and development.


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