If we fail to insist on a public health insurance option as part of any health care reform legislation enacted in Congress, we won't have the kind of change that America voted for in November.
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We have 10 questions we're hoping members of the media will ask America's Health Insurance Plans, the insurance industry front group, tomorrow morning when AHIP presents their new plan.
If we want to win health care reform, we have to not only prove the insurance industry and the right-wing of this country wrong, we have to make them untrustworthy.
Health care reform is a vital part of rebuilding the economy and expanding America's middle class. We have to do it now -- precisely because economic times are so tough.
Make no mistake about it, yesterday's election was a mandate to enact legislation that will provide a government guarantee of quality, affordable heal...
The progressive group Health Care for America Now is up with a new spot whacking John McCain for proposing a health care policy that voters can't even...
I am starting a series of blog posts today on what I think are the most effective ads, mailings, and other forms of communications with voters are in this late month of the campaign.
Instead of working to guarantee health care for those without insurance, conservatives want to tax the health benefits of the 160 million people who get insurance on the job.
Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) has signed on to the progressive Health Care for America Now campaign's principles - a move that bolsters the...
1. McCain will tax your health care benefits at work
McCain's health care plan will make people pay income taxes on the value of their health care be...
Charging people more doesn't make them smarter consumers, it makes them sicker and ultimately more expensive to care for.
Earlier today, Health Care for America Now released this statement:
Health Care for America Now (HCAN) - the unprecedented coalition of large labor ...
This weekend, come watch the new documentary about health care by Robert Greenwald at Brave New Films called Diagnosis: NOW! Here's the trailer:
We know that no matter what language the insurance industry uses, they are fundamentally against health care reform. They are working against the American people, and everyone knows it.
Labor Day traditionally marks the start of the election season. This year is certainly no different, but the stakes are much higher than they've been in a long time.
That's right. John Goodman's solution to the health care crisis in America is to change the definition of "uninsured" so that magically, everyone is covered.
Without asking its members, MoveOn's leaders have elected to join the steering committee of, and pledge at least $500,000 of its members' money to, a new health care coalition.
A new form of grassroots involvement: highly secretive listening tours where no one but their best friends are invited to come. Cool.
In the past month, tens of thousands of Americans have told us they want quality, affordable health care for all. Now it's time to ask Congress.
Last February, found 78% of voters believe that health insurance companies "put profits before people." It turns out that a few months later the CEO of WellPoint, said yes, that's true!
Health Care For America Now, which is a "national grassroots campaign organizing millions of Americans to win a guarantee of quality, affordable healt...
Health care reform holds the promise to create a generation of Americans who support a government that works for everyone, just as the New Deal led to 4 decades of activist government for the public good.
In search of a supposedly politically viable plan, the coalition has surrendered in advance on the only overhaul that will actually cure the disease: a single-payer, mproved Medicare for all reform.
For decades, we have been working to expand the American Dream to include health care for all. Year in and year out, we hear promises and pledges from politicians -- but still, nothing gets done.
It's fantastic to see Health Care for America Now taking a confrontational posture. It suggests an understanding of how power and movements have worked -- and not worked -- in US history.
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