How We Pay For Medicare For All

Medicare for All Rally

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Dandelion Salad

TheRealNews on Dec 29, 2018

Prof. Robert Pollin and Michael Lighty discuss the findings of a new study by the Political Economy Research Institute at UMass Amherst. The study finds Medicare for All could reduce total healthcare spending by 10 percent, while creating stable access to good care and improving the health of all U.S. residents.

The Study: Economic Analysis of Medicare for All

The dialogue at the Sanders Institute Gathering: In Dialogue at the Sanders Institute Gathering: [see 2nd video below]

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How We Pay For Medicare For All, Sanders Institute Gathering

RedditForBernie on Nov 30, 2018

The Study, Economic Analysis of Medicare for All: “Medicare for All could reduce total health care spending in the U.S. by nearly 10%, to $2.93 trillion, while creating stable access to good care for all U.S. residents.”

From the archives:

“Taxpayer Money” Threatens Medicare-for-All (And Every Other Social Program) by Jim Kavanagh

Bring H.R. 676 into Reality Land by Ralph Nader

The Answer Is: Medicare for All

Paying for Single Payer Health Care with a Financial Tax by Jack Rasmus

21 Ways the Canadian Health Care System is Better than Obamacare by Ralph Nader

Government Debt and Deficits Are Not the Problem. Private Debt Is. by Michael Hudson

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