New Virginia laws on insulin prices, concealed carry classes take effect
ROANOKE, Va. – Gun ownership and diabetes are two dramatically different topics, but people in both groups experienced a significant law change when the book closed on 2020. Starting on New Year’s Day, online concealed carry classes are no longer allowed in Virginia. Additionally, the price of insulin is now capped at $50 for a month-long supply. “We really want gun owners to take the initiative to learn about firearm safety,” Tyler said. “A woman I know was jeopardizing her own health and not taking her insulin so that she could get her grandson’s asthma medicine,” Southard said.
Bill capping insulin insurance co-pays at $50 heads to governor’s desk
RICHMOND, Va. – Those living with diabetes will likely soon be able to pay less for needed insulin if Gov. Northam signs a bill passed Thursday in the General AssemblyOn Thursday, an amended version of House Bill 66, which would limit the insurance copay for insulin at $50 for a 30-day supply, passed in both chambers. It passed in the Senate 24-16 and in the House, 88-4. Delegate Lee Carter, who represents District 50, is the bill’s chief patron. He represents part of Prince William County, as well as all of the city of Manassas.
Virginia House passes bill capping insulin insurance co-pays at $30
RICHMOND, Va. – Those living with diabetes may soon be able to pay less for needed insulin if a Virginia bill become a law. On Monday, House Bill 66, which would limit the insurance copay for insulin at $30 for a 30-day supply, passed in the Virginia House of Delegates. He represents part of Prince William County, as well as all of the city of Manassas. JDRF Greater Blue Ridge is one of the organizations that that voiced its support for the bill, posting to Facebook after the bill’s passage in the House. Breaking News: HB66 has PASSED THE HOUSE!