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Tell Governor Kemp to put patients first by signing PBM Bills.

ARxC has been leading the Rx in Reach GA Coalition to improve patient’s affordable access to prescription drugs and treatments in Georgia. The Rx in Reach GA Coalition has expanded its membership from 40 health-centered physician, nurses and patient organizations advocating for legislation that ends the financial and discriminatory barriers to securing vital medical care and medication for patients. (https://www.rxinreachga.org/about)

Georgia Coalition for Safe Communities Press Release: Georgia Assembly Approves Hate Crimes Law

Gov. Kemp to Sign GA Step Therapy Patient Protection Bill at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Newnan

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                  Contact:  Dorothy Leone-Glasser: dlg@arxc.org | 678-778-3614

 

Gov. Kemp to Sign GA Step Therapy Patient Protection Bill TODAY at 2 p.m. at Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Newnan

 

Rx in Reach GA Advocacy Training Day - February 20

 

 

 

 

Rx in Reach GA Advocacy Training Day - February 20

40 Georgia Patient & Physician Groups Applaud Gov. Kemp for Signing Laws to Tighten Regulation of Pharmacy Benefit Managers

 

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Molly Hall: (202) 210-9955

 

40 Georgia Patient & Physician Groups Applaud Gov. Kemp for Signing Laws to Tighten Regulation of Pharmacy Benefit Managers

 

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed into law reforms that increase oversight of PBMS, require PBMs to pass on negotiated savings to health care plans, and apply copay assistance to patients’ cost share or copay responsibilities.

Georgia Assembly Approves Hate Crimes Law

Georgia Coalition for Safe Communities CALL TO ACTION

                                                   

 

 

 

 

UPDATE: GA Hate Crimes Bill HB426

June 10, 2020

 

ARxC is calling on Georgians to demonstrate the people's demand that the Georgia Senate pass hate crimes legislation in Georgia (HB 426)

ARxC patient advocates and supporters, we are calling on you to deomstrate the peoples' demand for hate crime legislation in Georgia.

Georgia is one of only 4 states that does not have a hate crimes law to increase penalities for crimes committed based on bias or prejudice against someone because of their race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability. 

Georgia Coalition for Safe Communities Statement: Georgia Needs A Hate Crimes Law

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Georgia Needs a Hate Crimes Law

 

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