Colorado already allows prescription drug imports from Canada. Lawmakers want to open it up to more countries.
Colorado and 11 other states want to expand programs to directly import medications, most of which are manufactured in other countries. The law passed in 2019 to allow Canadian imports hasn't yet been implemented.
Rising insulin costs force 40% of Colorado diabetics to ration its use, AG’s report says
The study makes recommendations for quick action to ensure fewer cost burdens that keep patients from buying the lifesaving drug
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The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment began distributing supplies of the drug to hospitals on Wednesday
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After Sun report on pharma money and a Colorado Medicaid board, senior state attorney tells board members to be more transparent
The talk comes after it was revealed that one board member, Dr. Alex Reish, received thousands of dollars in benefits from pharmaceutical companies without disclosing them.
Doctor on influential Colorado board that decides Medicaid drugs received thousands from pharmaceutical companies
Dr. Alex Reish received more than $10,000 -- mostly in free food -- from pharmaceutical companies