‘Hands off the insulin provision’: Schumer tells GOP not to touch affordable diabetic medication plan in Build Back Better agenda

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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer blasted Republicans Sunday for considering cutting affordable insulin provisions for diabetics as the Senate begins considering, and likely scaling back, the multi-trillion dollar Build Back Better bill that the House passed Friday.

It’s been a rocky road for the Build Back Better bill, a framework that is set to provide economic relief through social safety nets as well as tackling climate change, racial equity, civil rights and immigration reform.

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