Congresswoman McBath is a two-time breast cancer survivor, and she knows what it feels like to receive difficult news from your doctor. She understands that she is blessed to call herself a survivor, and she knows that for far too many Americans, news of a diagnosis has vast implications on their financial well-being. The Congresswoman experience drives her commitment to making sure all Americans have access to quality, affordable health care. She knows that no family should ever be forced to choose between their medicine or their mortgage.
Rep. McBath partnered with Sen. Warnock to pass a bill that caps the cost of insulin at $35 a month for our seniors. She has continued to lead the fight to expand access to affordable health care, protect those with preexisting conditions, and lower the cost of prescription drugs.
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|3/9/23||Reps. McBath, Craig, Kildee Reintroduce Legislation to Cap Insulin Copays at $35 Per Month|
|3/7/23||McBath Convenes Senior Resource Town Hall|
|3/1/23||Insulin Manufacturer Eli Lilly Announces Monumental Price Cuts Because of McBath Bill|
|2/1/23||McBath To Serve on House Judiciary, Education and the Workforce Committees in 118th Congress|
|12/23/22||McBath Procures Priorities in Budget; Secures Over $18 Million in Local Project Funding|
|11/4/22||McBath Joins Protect Our Care “Lower Costs, Better Care” Tour in Georgia|
|10/12/22||McBath Lowers Health Care Costs for Georgia Families|