Less Money, More Coverage.

With Medicare for All we can save $450 Billion Dollars a year, and 70,000 lives a year.

That’s an incredible amount of money: saved by individuals AND employers : public and private.

That means a savings over $1300 per year per person.

And now, you get free healthcare at any doctor or hospital you choose.

This is not even factoring in the economic impacts of having an underinsured population and the associated loss of productivity: estimated to be approximately $200 Billion. Read more

So not only will Medicare for All provide everyone with free comprehensive healthcare, it will pump $650 billion dollars a year of stimulus into the economy by lowering the cost of healthcare and avoiding the costs of illness.

So, yes, it’s more than just a good idea, it’s a moral imperative.

End US Sanctions on Cuba: 60 years of Harm
In this month's Q&A, we discuss the history of Cuba with guest speaker Henry Lowendorf of the Greater New Haven Peace Council.  Knowing this history is fundamental to understanding current events in Cuba, including the recent July 11th protests, and the fact that the United Nations has passed a resolution...
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Less Money, More Coverage.
With Medicare for All we can save $450 Billion Dollars a year, and 70,000 lives a year.
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Paglino for Congress yard signs are going up around all the district.
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