Labor Campaign for Single Payer Healthcare

The primary purpose of the Labor Campaign for Single-Payer Health Care is to increase grassroots labor support for H.R. 676 as an essential element in winning the support of Congress to enact the National Health Care Act "Medicare for All" as the public policy of this country because we believe that health care is a human right.

Releases by this organization

Newswire article
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Vermont Labor Leaders Welcome Introduction of Single-Payer Healthcare Bill by Senator Sanders
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' recent introduction of a single-payer healthcare reform bill in the U. S. Senate has drawn praise from Vermont labor leaders. "At a time when incredible pressure is being brought to bear on our representatives to support reform proposals that do little more than bail out the private insurance companies, Senator Sanders has taken his place among those of us who believe that healthcare should be a birthright of all Americans.
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Newswire article
Wednesday, March 04, 2009
Labor Leaders Demand That 'Single Payer' Be Part of Obama Healthcare Reform Discussions
The Obama administration's plans to hold a "Health Care Summit" that excludes advocates of single-payer healthcare reform has drawn a sharp response from labor leaders around the country.
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Newswire article
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Union Leaders to Campaign for HR 676, The National "Medicare for All" Bill During Congressional Recess
During the Congressional recess, labor leaders across the country will press their elected representatives in Congress to support HR 676, the "Medicare for All" health care bill. For example, in Los Angeles a delegation of local labor leaders from the Labor Task Force for Universal Healthcare is arranging to meet with Rep.
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