Bill: Pharmaceutical Drug Reform Act
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: May 2468
|The government must help forward the production of drugs that will benefit all of humanity. In addition, the government must assure the poor and the old that their prescribed drugs will be fully affordable.|
Proposal[?] to change The research and development of pharmaceutical drugs.
Old value:: The government neither subsidizes research and development of drugs nor regulates their prices.
Current: The government subsidizes research and development of prescription drugs and regulates their prices.
Proposed: The government subsidizes research and development of prescription drugs and regulates their prices.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||02:03:51, October 08, 2007 CET||From||Jewish-Christian Alliance of Patriots||To||Debating the Pharmaceutical Drug Reform Act|
|Date||13:19:16, October 08, 2007 CET||From||Conservative Party||To||Debating the Pharmaceutical Drug Reform Act|
|Message||The Government? Why the hell? I thought it should be the pharmaceutical companies and other R&D enterprises. This proposal is totally absurd. The only thing the government would do by subsidizing R&D is ruin it by turning it subsidy-dependent of the State. The answer is NO.|
|Date||14:47:29, October 08, 2007 CET||From||Neoliberal Party||To||Debating the Pharmaceutical Drug Reform Act|
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