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#JeffBezosPaySomeTaxes2020 2h
to mayor pete: i shouldn't have to "figure out" my fucking health care, i should just have what I need to be healthy in what is supposed to be the greatest country in the world fuck outta here cover everyone with and tax the rich or drop out already
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Asya O, MD, MPH 2h
Also, physician compensation should not be 1st cost-saving measure for . Administrative bloat (such as billing) + focus on acute care (vs. primary & preventative) contribute significantly more to ⬆️ costs. (Though fee-for-service structure creates bad incentives.)
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Julian 1h
If you trust yourself “to figure out your own healthcare” you aren’t smart enough to figure out your own healthcare. I work in healthcare. This is some Byzantine shit You want
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Jim Keady 20m
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🌹Carl Marx🏔 2h
That’s why I’m voting . I’ve figured out I need !
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elaine 1h
my way of dealing with today's despair is to send calm yet emphatically detailed, hyperlinked emails to friends and family regarding the importance of
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Jennifer EppsAddison 3h
Replying to @BernieSanders
all 3 candidates share a goal of universal healthcare - they have different paths to getting us there. Our members remember the 2010 tea party. If we seize power in 2020 we need to exercise it while we have it & we trust 2 help us win a pro senate
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DJ Claussen Dec 11
20.2% increase in healthcare costs in one year. For the mathematically challenged (no judgment), that's an extra $1.01 for every $5 you were already paying at this time just one year ago. That's just flat out greed, & why we need now more than ever!
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Abshir Omar Dec 4
Mmmmhhhmmm , we shall have.
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Sara Nelson Dec 4
Today I had to sign a bunch of paperwork to keep my union-negotiated health insurance. I got really mad thinking about all the people who are discovering they'll pay more for fewer benefits next year. If that's you, share your story and let's fight for together
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Michyule 🤶🌨☃ 56m
Y'all I slept for 14 hours and honestly, could sleep for more... I must be anemic as all hell right now... I'm not blacking out or craving ice, rocks or blood yet so I'm probably fine though...
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Health Care For All 8m
Japan instituted after WWII & now has the longest life expectancy and the world's 3rd largest economy. From Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the
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GaborEeyore 18h
Replying to @RachelRGonzalez
She is not for and Cenk is.
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Randy Bryce Dec 9
Deductibles are a private health tax.
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Pepper Oceanna Lewis #JusticeWarrior Dec 10
New nationwide Poll shows that Bernie Sanders is the best to beat Donald Trump. Bernie will definitely beat Trump. Most of his policies including & a are accepted by the majority of Americans. We Got This!
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Lorena Garcia for US Senate Dec 12
Has anyone noticed..... THE COOL NEW BLUE CHECKMARK NEXT TO OUR USERNAME 💙 Now let’s get this verified US Senate candidate to 3K followers!?!?
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Diana Moreno 🌹 4h
just wasted 2 hours of my work day listening to insurance options from my employer. i cannot wait until we have and we no longer have to waste time on this ridiculous complicated and inefficient system that is designed to create profit & keep us from accessing care.
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Jess Scarane for Senate Dec 9
Last week a Latino voter told me, “make sure every Latino knows about this” in reference to my support for . In 2018, 19% of Hispanic Delawareans were uninsured. That is almost 3x the average rate in the state. With Medicare for All that number would drop to 0.
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Armas Mujeres de Color Dec 5
Insurance paid $0 for an urgent care visit that they claimed was "in-network." If you think the current healthcare system is working, consider that it in fact is not working at all and should be entirely abolished.
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The Original Dave 6h
Eh, I think the gold medal goes to the U.S. At least England has universal healthcare. We don’t and we still vote for the same clowns that prevent it.
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