The Campaign for Sustainable Rx Pricing today launched an ad campaign calling for Congress to pass bipartisan legislation to “hold Big Pharma accountable.” The campaign will target Washington, D.C., and nine “battleground” states for presidential and Senate candidates: Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. AHA is a founding member of CSRxP.

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