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Ro Khanna 9h
Some pundits say that Americans like private insurance companies. Do people really like paying 51 percent more for healthcare than they did in 2008? Medicare for All makes sense for workers, businesses and Americans across this country who pay exorbitant costs for healthcare.
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Dr. Carol Paris Aug 17
Welcome to the movement of movements, ! How wonderful to have mothers joining with , , , , and so many others who advocate for .
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Ro Khanna Aug 16
Here are some ways you could lose your health coverage: ❌ Get a divorce ❌ Move to a new state ❌ Lose Medicaid eligibility ❌ Turn 26 years old ❌ Lose or quit your current job ❌ Employer changes insurance carrier With Medicare for All you'll never have to switch doctors.
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PNHP Aug 16
Dr. Ed Weisbart: "No other country comes close to wasting money like we do, and it's primarily driven by our chaotic and needlessly complicated commercial health insurance system." via
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Business for Medicare for All Aug 15
If the really stood for small business, they would also stop supporting groups like the . Kudos to the .
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Universal HC Action Aug 13
Today's callers heard from of about building business support for .
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PNHP Aug 8
Private health insurance companies cannot be trusted to administer . (And no, European "private insurers" are not a good point of reference.) We explain why, using the universal language of cat videos. 🐱
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ryan cooper Aug 8
"If you count [health insurance] premium as taxes for international comparison purposes, the average wage worker in the United States has the second-highest tax rate in the developed world"
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Tarbell Aug 8
As the Colorado senator attacks Medicare for All on the campaign trail, health industry lawyers and lobbyists are writing him checks.
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Tarbell Aug 8
The Darkest Money In Washington: Business Groups Spend More On Advocacy And Consulting Than Lobbying
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Joe Sanberg Aug 7
As I expressed to as recounted in her article, we should be designing a health care system for patients. Thanks Trudy for bringing important light to this issue!
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Wendell Potter Aug 7
Great story out of USC Center for Health Journalism on growing support among business owners for Medicare for All
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Bob Herman Aug 5
The employer-based health insurance system that many politicians don't want to touch is a large reason why workers' income has stagnated over the past 20 years.
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Democracy Now! Aug 4
"I realized that what I was doing for a living was making it necessary for people to go without insurance or, even if they had insurance, not being able to go to the doctor because of high deductibles."
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Business for Medicare for All Aug 4
From : “Insurers are in business to drive big profits and shareholder returns. How would Harris prevent insurers from gaming the system, as they always have?”
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Alex Kotch 🔥 Aug 1
According to this study, Medicare for All would reduce overall health care spending in the U.S. by 10% and, obviously, give every American care. 30 million Americans have no health insurance & another 86 million can't use theirs bc it's too expensive.
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Business for Medicare for All Aug 1
Facts matter. Now read this from .
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ryan cooper Aug 1
I estimate that Medicare-for-all could save about $800 billion annually by slashing administrative costs, drug prices, and stupendous fraud and cost bloat among providers
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David Sirota Aug 1
So let's be absolutely clear: when , and other 2020 Democrats defend their pharma & insurance donors by attacking Medicare for All, they are attacking the majority of Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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