Rep Kucinich: Healthcare is a Civil Right!

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May 13, 2009

At a press conference, on Capitol Hill, on May 13, 2009, Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH) spoke out strongly for a single payer healthcare system. He said: “Healthcare is a Civil Right!”

The event was organized by the California Nurses Assoc/NNOC. In 2008, Rep. Kucinich ran for president in the Democratic Primary. Of all the candidates, he was the strongest in opposing the immoral and illegal Iraq War. For background, see: http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/ and http://kucinich.house.gov/

Healthcare activists are supporting HR 676 and S 703, now pending before the U.S. Congress. For background and any updates, see: http://www.healthcare-now.org and
http://singlepayeraction.org and http://md.pnhp.org and
http://www.prosperityagenda.us/ and http://freshaircleanpolitics.net and http://www.calnurses.org/

The press conference was held in Room 2203 of the Rayburn Office Building.

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6 thoughts on “Rep Kucinich: Healthcare is a Civil Right!

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  6. Dennis Kucinich is no doubt morally superior to anyone in the Obama administration, especially in regard to his opposition unholy wars against unarmed civilian populations and for real health care for the American people.

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