Diabetics Want Cap On Insulin Costs In ND

(Bismarck, ND) — Diabetes advocates in North Dakota are pushing for a bill that would put a cap on insulin costs. The proposed bill would cap the cost at 25-dollars and introduce policy to not charge patients over 25-dollars for diabetic medical supplies. A hearing for the Insulin and Diabetes Supplies Capping bill will be held on Tuesday by the Senate Human Services committee.

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