Rep. Rush secured an amendment in the House-passed bill that would require any company applying for the pot of $52 billion in semiconductor incentives to provide data on the diversity of its workforce, which would then be aggregated and published in a biannual report.
“The prohibitively high cost of lifesaving prescription drugs leads many Americans to turn to the internet in search of alternatives, but a lack of regulation has enabled bad actors to market counterfeit and unsafe drugs on social media and rogue online pharmacies,” said Rush.
“In 2020, BCF knocked over 300,000 doors across the country in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. In 2024, we plan to double, if not, triple that amount.”- BCF President, Diante Johnson