A coalition of healthcare advocates and a local Quaker congregation cohost documentary screening.
Half of those who need insulin globally cannot reliably get access to it, and one of every five Americans report either skipping medicine doses or failing to fill prescriptions each year due to cost.
By filing a lawsuit, the city of Indianapolis will follow the lead of dozens of states and cities that have already pointed the finger at the corporations that promoted and profited from the surge in pain medication prescriptions that preceded the addiction crisis.
The Indianapolis Public Library downtown will screen the documentary film, Big Pharma: Market Failure Wednesday, June 28.
Nearly 300 other security officers in Indianapolis began bargaining their first-ever union contract on March 23rd.
’s minimum wage is so low that even full-time work is not enough to make ends meet.