With the new Congress this year, the most diverse in history, the 75-plus-year-long effort to secure universal health care may be at a tipping point. Whether or not it passes single-payer health care will undoubtedly be a central issue in the 2020 presidential race.
House Speaker Anthony Rendon, Senate President Kevin De Leon and Gov. Jerry Brown — all Democrats — have received a combined $370,000 from groups opposing single-payer health care legislation.
Please do not let the sticker price scare you. Healthcare is indeed expensive, but SB 562 means no more outrageous premiums, co-pays, or deductibles
For what we’re now spending we could have Canada deluxe.