Minnesota Senate Republicans unveiled the Minnesota Insulin Patient Assistance Program today, a new plan to provide access to insulin for Minnesotans unable to afford the high cost of this life-saving medicine.
Senator John Jasinski (R-Faribault) released the following statement:
“Most major insurance providers have said they will cap insulin costs at $25 a month. That’s great news, but it won’t cover everyone. This new plan will help thousands of individuals who still struggle to afford their insulin.”