Intel Report: Single Payer In California? Can We Afford It? Can We Afford Not To?

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Please do not let the sticker price scare you. Healthcare is indeed expensive, but SB 562 means no more outrageous premiums, co-pays, or deductibles
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HealthyCalifornia.org: California Single Payer Bil SB 562 Takes Another Step Forward

The bill would establish an improved Medicare for all type system in California. It would deliver full health coverage for all Californians, without the devastating deductibles and co-pays that prompt many to ration care, and ensure real patient choice. CONTINUE READING

FULL TEXT SB-562 The Healthy California Act


Paul Y. Song, MD, Huffington Post: Single Payer In California? Can We Afford It? Can We Afford Not To?

Please do not let the sticker price scare you. Healthcare is indeed expensive and our current system is unsustainable not to mention immoral and broken… SB562 is truly the only way to proactively protect our health security by fixing our badly broken system while providing every Californian with true healthcare peace of mind. And at a price which is more than reasonable in the context of no more outrageous premiums, co-pays, or deductibles. CONTINUE READING


Jordan Weissman, Slate: CBO Confirms That the Republican Health Care Bill Is Still a Garbage Dump of Bad Ideas

Meet the new American Health Care Act—it’s pretty much just as god-awful as the old American Health Care Act. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office reported Wednesday that the Obamacare repeal bill, which Republican House leaders successfully rushed through a vote earlier this month after several major revisions before the CBO could score their impact, would leave 23 million additional Americans without health insurance by 2026. CONTINUE READING

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