prescription drug prices

Vice President Kamala Harris and President Joe Biden attend an Inflation Reduction Act event at the White House on Tuesday, Sept. 13.
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins traveled to the White House to celebrate the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act, which will lower prescription drug costs.
The Fight to Lower Prescription Drug Prices
The Inflation Reduction Act will lower drug prices for millions of Americans, according to experts who joined AARP for our latest tele-town hall.
Money and prescription pills
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer joined an AARP event to discuss the recently enacted Inflation Reduction Act, which will lower drug prices.
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AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins is thanking members for their support passing a bill lowering the price of prescription drugs for millions of Americans.
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AARP is thanking lawmakers for passing the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes historic drug price reforms that will make prescriptions cheaper.
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins stands beside Sen. Amy Klobuchar during a prescription drug price event on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, July 27, in Washington, D.C.
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins implored members of the U.S. Senate to pass a prescription drug bill during an appearance Wednesday on Capitol Hill.
En español | AARP launched a $1 million TV ad buy on July 21 calling on lawmakers to support Medicare reform legislation that would let the federal program directly negotiate prices with pharmaceutical companies.
Senate Democrats have finalized an agreement to make historic reforms that will lower prescription drug prices.
A new study shows prescription drug prices rose 20 percent each year since 2008, with nearly half of new drugs in 2021 costing more than $150,000.
Prescription drugs on a hundred dollar bill
Americans pay three times more than people in other countries for the same prescription drugs, and we’re urging elected officials to do their part to bring prices down, especially as inflation stresses the budgets of millions of Americans.
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