The Pharmaceutical Industry Labor-Management Association (PILMA), a coalition of major drugmakers and construction-industry unions, is working to defeat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s drug pricing legislation, according to New York Times report.
According to the report, the group launched a Facebook ad campaign that claims the legislation would “[threaten] thousands of good-paying jobs and restricts access to lifesaving medication.”
“We place a premium on the partnership that yields jobs,” PILMA Executive Director Tim Dickson told the Times. “And we have a longstanding position that we’ve held for quite some time that certain policies, such as price controls, will have a negative effect on union construction jobs.”
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