Fight Debt! Fight for Medicare For All!

Kaiser Family Foundation (2016)
Politico (2017). Figures drawn from hospitals’ financial statements. Revenue growth reflects a mix of ACA coverage expansion, acquisitions and other strategic investments.
Only with the threat of the even worse Republican healthcare plan did approval for the Affordable Care Act go above 50%, and not yet close to the heights of its disapproval of 57% against.
  1. A Single Health Program
    Everyone will be covered by one health insurance program, administered by the federal government, and have equal access to all medical services and treatments.
  2. Comprehensive Coverage
    All services requiring a medical professional will be fully covered. You go to the doctor of your choice. Dental, vision, mental health, and pharmaceuticals are all included.
  3. Free at the point of service
    All healthcare costs will be financed through tax contributions based on ability to pay: no copays, no fees, no deductibles and no premiums. Ever.
  4. Universal Coverage
    Coverage for all United States residents — non-citizens included.
  5. Jobs
    A jobs initiative and severance for those affected by the transition to government-run healthcare.
Percent change in age-standardized mortality rate
from diabetes, urogenital, blood, and endocrine diseases between 1980 and 2014, both sexes. The Atlantic (2016)



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Emma Caterine

Emma Caterine


Feminist socialist writer fighting for econ justice. Views do not represent my firm, DSA, or my cats, who are sadly both ultra leftists.