Common Dreams – 5/28/20
“Trump has put a pharmaceutical executive in charge of handing out the government contracts for coronavirus vaccine development. How could this possibly go wrong?”
WABI – 5/28/20
Protestors took to their cars to rally in front of Senator Susan Collins’ offices around the state including in Bangor.
They’re calling for Senator Collins and Congress to stop what they call pharmaceutical profiteering.
FOX Bangor – 5/28/20
The Maine People’s Alliance rallied for affordable treatment and an affordable vaccine for COVID-19 at Sen. Susan Collins‘ three offices across the state Thursday, including in Bangor.
People rallying Thursday stayed in cars and circled a loop in front of the Federal Building downtown, honking their horns.
WGME – 5/28/20
Car protests at Senator Susan Collins’ offices in Bangor, Lewiston and Portland will be held Thursday.
Protesters are asking for Congress to give Americans widespread access to affordable coronavirus treatments and vaccines.
Maine Beacon – 5/28/20
Demanding that Congress take action to stop Big Pharma from profiteering off any potential COVID-19 treatment or vaccine, dozens of Mainers protested in cars outside Sen. Susan Collins’ offices in Bangor, Lewiston and Portland on Thursday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Yesterday, President Trump announced the White House had struck a deal with drug manufacturers to cap the price of insulin at $35 for diabetic Medicare enrollees. The Trump administration’s move, however, is nothing more than a political stunt designed to place a band-aid on a bullet wound. With more than 40 million people nationwide in need of affordable insulin, this proposal only does so for about 3 million Medicare-participating seniors.