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WASHINGTON — From the farmlands of Illinois to Florida’s Gulf Coast, insulin affordability advocates have spent the last year crashing town halls, penning op-eds, and even firing off snarky treatises to their members of Congress.

Their diligence is about to pay off: No fewer than 13 members of Congress, from the ultra-progressive Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) to the moderate, once-Republican Rep. Charlie Crist (D-Fla.), are planning to bring insulin affordability advocates as their guests for Tuesday’s State of the Union address, congressional staffers confirmed to STAT.

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  • The Democratic politician had lost respect to the State of the Union. They want to sabotage Trump State of the Union. Sad to see how low they had become.

    There is a right place and right time for everything, and sabotaging a State of the Union is not that. I hope some good and decent leader will come and clean this party up. It is sad to see what they have become today. They use to be a good party. Now all the care about is politicizing everything.

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