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Act Now to Support Louisiana HB 424 (Pharmacist Vaccine Authority)

Many Louisianans rely on their local trusted pharmacy for vaccination accessibility, and HB 424 will demonstrate our state’s commitment to providing the best healthcare access to all Louisianans. 

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Urge your U.S. Representative to Cosponsor the Equitable Community Access to Pharmacist Services Act

Patients rely on their pharmacist to provide vaccinations, testing and treatment for COVID-19 and other illnesses. During the COVID-19 pandemic, pharmacists have shown policymakers and the country that the decision of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to grant emergency authorities to allow pharmacists to provide, and be reimbursed by Medicare, for testing, immunizations and treatments led to saving and improving the lives of millions of Americans. Without Congressional and regulatory actions, when the legal designations of the pandemic are lifted, pharmacists may be unable to continue providing such vital care. 

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Act Now to Protect Independent/Community Pharmacies and Patients in Kentucky

HB 457 was amended to include language creating unworkable fiduciary responsibilities for PSAOs.  While we strongly support the bill’s PBM provisions, we oppose inclusion of the PSAO provisions.  We respectfully request the PSAO language in Section 14 be removed from HB 457.

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Support Maryland SB 823, Bill Relative to PSAOs

Without PSAOs to support us, community pharmacies cannot care for our patients to the best of our ability. We would face increased burdens and red tape that could severely hamstring our business, or worse shutter our doors. Our community pharmacies and the patients we serve are counting on you to pass SB 823.

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Ask Your Legislators to Visit Your Pharmacy

The voice of the pharmacist is a powerful influence, invite your member of Congress to visit your pharmacy. 

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