Colonel Fayne Mc Dowell,
We need your help, to stop and turn this around.
The Senate Defense Authorization bill would let DoD double and triple your
pharmacy copays, with no cap on future increases. The House bill would keep
current and future copays much lower, in return for requiring TFL beneficiaries
to get maintenance medication refills through the mail-order pharmacy or a
military pharmacy for one year.
When we surveyed you, 97% of you agreed the one-year mail-order/military
pharmacy refill trial is an acceptable trade-off to win caps on current and
future copay hikes.
But the retail pharmacy industry is lobbying hard against the House plan – and
against your financial interests.
Retired and Proud of it