State Rep. Beth Liston (D-Dublin) today announced an insulin affordability listening session on Wednesday, September 11 at 5:00 pm at the Northwest Library in Worthington to hear from those who have been impacted by the skyrocketing prices of insulin.


“This fall, I plan to focus my legislative efforts on insulin affordability,” said Rep. Liston. “Too many Ohioans are struggling to afford this lifesaving drug, and we need to act now to stop more preventable deaths from occurring.”


The event will provide individuals an opportunity to share their stories, discuss possible legislative solutions and learn how to get involved.


WHO: State Rep. Beth Liston (D-Dublin)


WHAT: Insulin Affordability Listening Session


WHEN: Wednesday, September 11, 2019


5:00pm-6:00pm


WHERE: Northwest Library, Worthington Libraries


2280 Hard Rd.


Columbus, OH 43235

 
 
 
  
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