Re "Pfizer bid for rival would include move to Britain" (Page A1, April 29): Looks like the working class will be stuck with the bill for all America is known for and appreciates. Our military continually is called upon by foreign countries for assistance, ships, airplanes, drones, and men in uniform. If the greedy corporations want to set up shop overseas and leave the working man, consumer of their many pills, left to foot the bill, where the money will come from to buy these expensive drugs. Maybe they should be limited to just selling their product to those foreigners. See how fast their companies goes down the tube. Americans live on those prescriptions, and are led to believe they are the answer to all their ills. Others across the water take a more common sense approach and do not pop a pill for every ill. A huge federal tax on foreign-made medications sold in America would be fair.
-- Norma Loudenslager, Citrus Heights