Proposition 79 would provide affordable prescription drugs to at least 8 million Californians, using the purchasing power of the state to leverage enforceable discounts from the prescription drug companies.

Proposition 79 is endorsed by major health, senior and consumer advocates. Not the drug industry.

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California Newspapers Endorsing Proposition 79 (New!)


10/24/05 - Editorial: How to lower the cost of drugs San Francisco Chronicle
10/22/05 - Prop. 78 backers outspend Prop. 79's Contra Costa Times
10/18/05 - Press Release: Communities of Color Back Prop 79 Yes on 79
10/18/05 - 2 Drug Discount Measures in a Duel Los Angeles Times
10/17/05 - New problem at de Young: pigeon decorations San Francisco
Chronicle
10/14/05 - Propositions 78 and 79: Rival Plans Target Pain of Uninsured
Sacramento Bee
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Link to the Yes on Prop 79 Website


 

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Paid for by Yes on 79, FPPC ID # 1279270. Yes on 79, a coalition of consumer, senior, labor and health organizations.  Major funding by Proposition 79 is sponsored by Consumers Union of U.S., Inc., and the Alliance for a Better California, educators, firefighters, school employees, health care givers and labor organizations Committee. Also supported by AARP California, California Alliance for Retired Americans, Health Access California, Congress of California Seniors, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, and CALPIRG. It is supported by many health, consumer and senior organizations. Click here for a full list of endorsers.