Take a Stand for Health Care for All

Sign the Petition Urging Your Senators and Representative to Co-Sponsor Single-Payer Legislation

In some countries, the idea of insurance companies profiting off the sick and dying is morally repugnant.

But in the United States, where taxpayers contribute more per capita to our health care system than any other country in the world, over 45,000 people are allowed to die each year (one every 12 minutes) because they can’t afford insurance – even after the passage of President Barack Obama’s signature health care reforms.

No one should die merely because health care is too expensive.

Add your name to show support for legislation that would create a universal, single-payer health care system in the United States.

Petition to Congress

 

We, the undersigned, support health care for all. We call our senators to co-sponsor the American Health Security Act (S. 1782), introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), and our representatives to co-sponsor the Expanded And Improved Medicare For All Act (H.R. 676), introduced by Rep. John Conyers’ (D-Mich.), and Rep. Jim McDermott’s (D-Wash.) House version of the American Health Security Act (H.R. 1200).

The lack of health insurance kills 45,000 of our fellow Americans every year – one every 12 minutes. Enough is enough. It’s time to stand up to the insurance industry and lend your vote to making real, universal health care a reality in the United States.

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Number Date Name Add a Comment
38329 3 days ago GREY SPACE ALL AMERICANS WILL DANCE WHEN / WE HAVE UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE / & A MONTH’S VACATION WITH PAY / LIKE SWEDEN, NORWAY, ICELAND, / HOLLAND, NEW ZEALAND, CANADA, / ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND FRANCE!
38328 6 days ago Jason Mayfield It's time to expose the health insurance industry for the fraud that it is and move towards a single payer system.
38327 1 week ago Christopher Browning
38326 2 weeks ago Charles Glaser
38325 2 weeks ago Joan Spehr Clark Eliminate lottery lucky health care.
38324 2 weeks ago Anonymous Families are suffering with rising costs of living and stagnant wages. Families who are just above the federal poverty limits cannot afford to be insured. Elderly people and sick people are losing t...
38323 3 weeks ago Robert LeRoy Have a home close to Canada. Their system Provides them a piece of mind that they will be taken care of when they need it. Wish we had that here!
38322 1 month ago TROY ABRAHAM Healthcare should be available and affordable for all. Not a huge crippling debt.
38321 3 months ago Erin Christensen In a country as wealthy as ours, everyone should have access to quality health care, no matter their socioeconomic status. Not only is this a human rights issue, it's an economic one- we spend astro...
38320 3 months ago TROY ABRAHAM I support a single payer system where nobody is denied health care and everbody has a choice of health care provider whether it's alternative medicine doctor or conventional.
38319 8 months ago Ronald Ontel
38318 9 months ago Arlene Echols
38317 10 months ago Donald Kokkonen
38316 10 months ago Suart Porteous vital to securing a healthier nation...yielding better preventative care....less unnecessary procedures and ultimately/eventually translating into huge $ savings.......the right thing to do
38315 10 months ago Jeanne Mackay,
38314 10 months ago Christine Kasten
38313 11 months ago Anne Jones I am a registered nurse and I agree that health care is a human right. What we have now is a patchwork that costs too much, does too little, and leaves too many people out. If conservatives were s...
38312 11 months ago Jodie Ellis We must get the private for profit companies out of our health care. They do not care about our well being, they care about their profit. Health care for all benefits not only the individual but the...
38311 11 months ago Michael Shapiro
38310 11 months ago Erik Jansson I'm a medical doctor, (MD), and know the system quite well. We need to eliminate the health insurance industry from the system of health care delivery to our citizens. I am strongly in favor...
38309 11 months ago sue l m
38308 11 months ago Hercules D. Morphopoulos US should not be such a viscious country to get sick in...Look at other, more developed countries who lack the bombs we are so proud of possessing..
38307 11 months ago Winfield Shoemaker
38306 11 months ago Peter Childs It's time for sanity and humanity.
38305 11 months ago steven white
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