IPC Legislative Action Center

This is our grassroots advocacy software tool. It enables you to reach out to your elected officials and ask them to vote for or against legislation that matters to Independent Pharmacy. Connecting with your elected officials plays an important role in building relationships between decision makers, helping IPC to stay relevant and in the forefront of an elected officials mind and shows that we have power in numbers.

Active Campaigns

  • Voice Your Support for The Prescription Drug Reform Act

    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has made Prescription Drug Pricing Reform a top priority for the 2023 legislative session. “The Prescription Drug Reform Act” (SB 1550/HB 1509) sponsored by Sen. Brodeur and Rep. Chaney aims to implement this initiative by moving it through the Florida legislative process.

  • Demand Accountability from the TRICARE Pharmacy Program

    The slashing of pharmacy reimbursements for 2023 by Express Scripts (ESI) has made it impossible for community pharmacies to participate in the TRICARE pharmacy network. Changes like this are confusing enough for patients. ESI has made matters worse by notifying TRICARE beneficiaries that their pharmacy will be out of network as of October 24, 2022, instead of the end of December.

  • Pharmacy Services Legislative Agenda in the Home Stretch

    IPC, the Minnesota Pharmacists Association, and the rest of the Minnesota Pharmacy Alliance’s push for the 2022 Pharmacy Enhanced Patient Services legislative package is at a critical stage.