President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders joined forces Wednesday to highlight the administration’s efforts to reduce the cost of inhalers and other health needs. The White House is actively touting Biden’s achievements ahead of the upcoming November election. During an event in the Indian Treaty Room at the White House, Biden acknowledged their 25-year fight to lower health care costs and defeat Big Pharma.

Both emphasized the merits of the Democrats’ comprehensive climate, health and tax package that Biden signed into law in 2022. The law includes caps on various health care costs for Medicare recipients, such as $35 a month for insulin and $2,000 a year for drugs on prescription. Despite the popularity of Biden’s achievements, especially in reducing health care costs, Republican lawmakers did not vote for the bill.

Sanders thanked President Biden for his current actions on this issue and expressed his commitment to working together in the future. Although Biden and Sanders were opponents in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, they have since worked together to ensure that Sanders’ influence is reflected in the party’s policy platforms. Despite the lack of voter credit, Biden’s success in reducing health care costs remains a significant achievement for his administration.

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