Insulin prices are skyrocketing, with the cost tripling between 2002 and 2013 alone. This is unconscionable. Vermont’s SB 296 would cap the monthly cost for insulin at $100. Contact Vermont’s state representatives to ask them to pass SB 296 by using the form below.
If this bill becomes law, Vermont would cap insulin out-of-pocket costs to $100 per month, regardless of the type amount, or number of insulin medications a person is prescribed. This would be a great step toward ensuring insulin is more affordable for those who need it.
We need your help to ensure this legislation is strengthened and becomes law so Vermonters whose lives depend on insulin are helped as soon as possible.
Dear [Decision Maker],
As a Vermonter and someone who cares about individuals affected by the skyrocketing cost of insulin, I urge you to pass SB 296. This legislation would cap the insulin costs at $100 per month for state-regulated commercial health insurance plans.
Gratefully,[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State ZIP][Your Email]