Those profiting off our disastrous health care system continue to push patchwork bills and incremental change. But we don’t need more Band-Aids. We want real reform. We want Medicare for all.

    The grassroots movement for Medicare for all has, neighbor by neighbor, conversation by conversation, grown support to more than 70 percent of Americans. That number, combined with new leadership and a new Medicare for all caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives, means now is an unprecedented time to win this thing.

    Rep. Pramila Jayapal has introduced a new Medicare for all bill in the House, and we must call our lawmakers to demand they sign on as co-sponsors.

    Join us. Call your Congressional representatives and demand that they co-sponsor the Medicare for All Act. Show up at your local Medicare for all organizing party.

    No tweaks to our existing system will make it value people over profits. Let’s stand together to win Medicare for all.

    For more information visit medicare4all.org/actions

    Greg Fuess

    Glorieta

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NMConservative

Medicare for all is more socialist programs that can't viably sustain itself. I constantly advise Democrats to take a simple economics course. Leave the government out of healthcare!!

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