Thanks to Chris Potter for this story and Ed Cloonan for his comment. Improved Medicare for All is the only solution to the healthcare crisis we are facing. The Affordable Care Act will leave close to 25 million uninsured and many more underinsured, with deductibles and co-pays that many people cannot afford. It's very sad. Meanwhile, HR 676--"Expanded and Improved Medicare for All"--will no doubt be reintroduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressman John Conyers in the next Congress. We need to remind our members of Congress to co-sponsor the bill (there are currently 77 co-sponsors, including Mike Doyle) and for the U.S. Senate to introduce a companion bill. There IS an answer to the healthcare crisis.
Improved Medicare for All--HR 676 in the US House of Representatives--would take the private insurance industry out of the middle, save us billions of dollars in the process, and provide complete choice of doctor and hospital with excellent coverage. Congressman Doyle is one of over 60 cosponsors of this bill. We need to put patients before corporate need and greed.
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