A recent article in The Nation by Joshua Holland on liberal opposition to Medicare for all begs a response.
The senator is asking supporters to sign on to the proposal as citizen co-sponsors.
Trumpcare has turned single-payer opponents into unwitting proponents; nonpartisan journalism may be on its way out, and maybe that's a good thing.
As Republicans in Congress move to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Democrats are moving in the opposite direction, toward a universal single-payer system.
Democrats would be wise to seize the moment. They shouldn’t just defend the Affordable Care Act but also forge ahead to create a universal single-payer system.
As the Senate's disclosure of its version of Trumpcare dominates news channels, the underreported movement for single-payer health care grows.
The bill, which would create the first state-level single-payer health care system in the U.S., is hailed as a major step in creating a proving ground for a national program.
American corporations would benefit from single-payer health care, so why do so few support implementing Medicare for all?
The Campaign for Guaranteed Healthcare, a coalition that believes access to health care is "basic to human dignity," coordinates events.