I Support HR 676

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Whereas: We spend over $2.3 trillion, or $7,500 per capita, for healthcare in the US, yet 42 percent of people under 65 have inadequate or no insurance coverage;

Whereas: The healthcare coverage in the United States is ranked #37 in the world by the World Health Organization and yet we spend almost twice as much as any other country, enough to cover everybody with excellent comprehensive healthcare;

Whereas: A bill has been proposed in Congress, HR-676, non-profit Medicare for All, that outlines a national healthcare program that will provide guaranteed, comprehensive, and affordable quality healthcare and prescription drugs to everyone in the country;

Whereas: Over 59 percent of physicians now support a national, single-payer health insurance system for everyone;

Whereas: HR 676 has been endorsed by 558 union organizations in 49 states including 130 Central Labor Councils and Area Labor Federations and 39 state AFL-CIO’s;

Whereas: Under this proposed plan, we can pay for a comprehensive national health care program with the same money we are now spending by removing insurance companies — and cover every single person in the United States;

And Whereas: The bill provides money for retraining and giving priority to those whose jobs as administrators in the insurance industry would be lost as a result of this shift;

Be it Resolved That: We call on our members of Congress to pass HR 676, non-profit Medicare for All, so our people and our nation can have the excellent healthcare system we deserve. Healthcare is a human right, and we call on our members of Congress to recognize that right.
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Number Date Name
9614 Tue Dec 16 21:54:17 EST 2014 pamella gronemeyer
9613 Tue Dec 16 16:57:43 EST 2014 Eva Alday Health care in this country should not be driven by profit, but by the aim of improving health of all citizens. Equal healthcare is the only way to ensure greater quality of life, and a stronger future More....
9612 Tue Dec 16 03:12:34 EST 2014 Joseph Nelson 02135-6317
9611 Mon Dec 15 18:08:08 EST 2014 Edmond Weisbart MD
9610 Mon Dec 15 16:14:05 EST 2014 Roger Mills This system of HEALTHCARE we have in the US is not working for too many people and is far too expensive. We need a single payer system that will cover everyone.
9609 Mon Dec 15 16:01:35 EST 2014 Robert Vicento
9608 Mon Dec 15 16:01:25 EST 2014 Robert Vicento
9607 Mon Dec 15 08:47:57 EST 2014 Hayley Coots
9606 Mon Dec 15 08:47:55 EST 2014 Hayley Coots
9605 Sat Dec 13 14:48:55 EST 2014 SKYLAR PHOENIX Healthcare should be a right and NOT FOR PROFIT.
AHA is helpful but NOT THE ANSWER to our public health.
Get all GREED out of basic healthcare-NOW!!
9604 Thu Dec 11 19:56:37 EST 2014 martin stutchfield
9603 Thu Dec 11 06:32:08 EST 2014 Sylvia Demarest Health care is a necessity and a right. We deserve more than rate increases and poverty!
9602 Wed Dec 10 20:06:16 EST 2014 Carol Wuchter
9601 Wed Dec 10 14:59:52 EST 2014 Bernadette Villanueva Why should insurance companies be profiting off of our health needs. It is immoral and unethical. The majority of us cannot afford the deductables and are already having to cut back on preventive cares, More....
9600 Wed Dec 10 12:44:01 EST 2014 Judy Daniels
9599 Mon Dec 08 21:26:02 EST 2014 Kyle Burr
9598 Mon Dec 08 20:44:07 EST 2014 Kyle Burr
9597 Sat Dec 06 19:46:30 EST 2014 Pam Krimsky
9596 Sat Dec 06 19:46:29 EST 2014 Pam Krimsky
9595 Sat Dec 06 17:55:17 EST 2014 Tamara Lentz
9594 Sat Dec 06 13:57:48 EST 2014 Annette Spanhel Healthcare is a right.
9593 Sat Dec 06 13:42:45 EST 2014 William Egolf Get insurance profits out of public health.
9592 Sat Dec 06 10:34:45 EST 2014 William Sinderbrand
9591 Sat Dec 06 04:05:21 EST 2014 Jose Arriaga
9590 Sat Dec 06 03:02:04 EST 2014 Roger Mills
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