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Friday, March 10, 2017

Sign the Petition: Sen. Warren Join Sen. Sanders and Support Medicare for All, John Conyers' HR676

In recent days, it has become more clear than ever before that the United States must expand Medicare to cover everyone.

As the Republicans in Congress pursue repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act/Obamacare, millions of Americans grow deeply concerned about losing health coverage and/or the expanded Medicaid access they gained under the 2010 law.

We call on Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts to work with Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont to grow Congressional support for Medicare for All
. As a highly respected and accomplished expert on medical debt/crisis and bankruptcy, Sen. Warren understands the economic devastation wrought by a dysfunctional, greed-based healthcare system as well as knowing that healthcare is a human right and not a matter of economic privilege or lack thereof. Her public and considered support for Medicare for all would bring a trusted and dynamic voice to advocate for an American public that already supports and loves Medicare.

For far too long, Americans have suffered through the policy upheavals and ideological battles that had more to do with political futures than sound health policy. In the House, John Conyers' HR676 represents a long-standing effort to move forward on healthcare justice. It is well past time for the Senate to boldly enter this fray.   Please sign the petition and join in asking Senator Elizabeth Warren to stand with us all at the barricades.

Our friends at Progressive Democrats of American will personally deliver the petition signatures to Senator Warren. Healthcare is under attack; we want the best solution and we know that it is Medicare for All.
In solidarity and peace,
Andrea Miller
Executive Director
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