The history of the fight for single-payer health care for the elderly and poor should inform today’s movement to win for Medicare for All.
The burst of state activity on drug costs recalls the way states acted on their own to pass laws to expand health insurance coverage in the years before Congress passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010
#MedOuttheVote, Birddogging for health care, Putting the “All” into Medicare for All, New York Health bill gathering steam
In this column for Tarbell, Wendell Potter describes how corporate health care interests sow “fear, uncertainty and doubt,” referred to by insiders as a “FUD campaign,” to scare the public from supporting anything that undermines their profits.
Two issues – protections for people with pre-existing conditions and drug prices – have unique bipartisan traction
NOT A TIME FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL — Immigration, reproductive justice, labor rights, Supreme Court vacancy, Medicare for All, affordable medicines
Poor People’s Campaign, Defending against proposed Title X gag rule; Medicaid – The good and the bad news, Drive to privatize the VA, War as a health care issue …
Six Months ahead of the Midterm Elections, Democratic and Republican Voters’ Views about President Trump Outweigh their Views on Issues, Including Health Care