Medicare for All

Benjamin Day and Stephanie Nakajima of Healthcare-NOW break down everything you need to know about the social movement to make healthcare a right in the United States. Medicare for All!

https://www.healthcare-now.org

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episode 5: The Culinary Union Upset: Nevada debate and primary results, Medicare for All studies, and GoFundMe


Nevada’s largest and most influential union bucks leadership to support Medicare for All; new study from Yale economists is added to the extensive body of research arguing Medicare for All would save lives and billions of dollars; Pete Buttigieg and Am...


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episode 4: Launching "Patients over Profits"; Nevada's Culinary Union attacks; John Oliver takes on the public option


National Nurses United and partners launch a new campaign to expose and fight back against industry influence in the Medicare for All debate, inspired by the No Fossil Fuel Money pledge led by Sunrise and other climate change organizations.


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episode 3: It's a socialist takeover: Trump's SOTU, the Democratic debates, and Parasite!


Donald Trump’s State of the Union address includes some good old fashioned red-baiting re: Medicare for All. Centrist Democrats vying for the party’s nomination pile on, albeit from different angles, at the New Hampshire debate.


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Iowa: Medicare for All Battleground


Iowa: Medicare for All Battleground PACs are advertising in Iowa not only for candidates - but also against Medicare for All. Listen in on some of the ads and break them down with us. Also - an update on where California is on establishing a state s...


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Introducing: Medicare for All


The very first episode of the "Medicare for All" podcast! Ben & Stephanie talk about their struggles to access and afford healthcare in America, and how they became organizers in the Medicare for All movement. Finally,


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