Pharmacies across the U.S. are stepping up to help consumers find affordable meds
By Lisa L. Gill
May 11, 2020

Even before Dustin Quinn, 33, became one of the 30 million Americans to lose their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, she was just getting by. Working 24 hours a week for $12.25 per hour at the front desk of a hotel in Fargo, N.D., she made enough, barely, to cover expenses.

So being laid off quickly triggered her own financial crisis. First, Quinn’s car was repossessed when she could no longer make car loan payments. Next, she was threatened with eviction from her apartment.

Another worry: How would she pay for her two anti-anxiety prescriptions?
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