Angie Craig knows Minnesota families are struggling to make ends meet. So she got to work — taking on the big drug companies — to lower the cost of prescription drugs. Angie wrote legislation to cap the cost of insulin at $35 a month — and then worked with both parties to pass it into law. And Angie worked to cut through bureaucratic red tape that’s been unfairly charging families way too much — for their health insurance. No wonder Angie’s been rated one of the top 15% most bipartisan members of Congress.


“the U.S. House passing the Affordable Insulin Now Act championed by Rep. Angie Craig” – Star Tribune

“Cap insured individuals’ out-of-pocket insulin costs at $35 a month.” – Star Tribune

“a strong step forward and would help many families struggling with insulin costs” – Star Tribune

“U.S. House passes Rep. Angie Craig’s bill limiting insulin costs” – Star Tribune

“Rep. Angie Craig leads effort to fix ‘family glitch’ in Obamacare” – Fox 9

“Rep. Angie Craig takes aim at ‘family glitch’ that can make health insurance super pricey” – Pioneer Press

“Angie Craig introduces legislation to lower prescription drug costs for seniors” – Cannon Falls Beacon

“Rep. Craig Bill Would Lower Out of Pocket Costs and Premiums for Minnesotans” – Insurance News Net

Angie Craig “help reduce the price of fuel” – Farm Progress

“Rep Craig: infrastructure bill is an investment, long time coming” – RFDTV

Angie Craig “21st Century Workforce Partnership Act” “creation of a grant program that schools can use to fund partnership programs with local manufacturing” – KNSI Radio

“Craig Convenes Supply Chain Experts” – Minnesota Ag Connection

Updated 5/25/22