Mobilization for Health Care for All

The Mobilization for Health Care for All is a nonviolent campaign to end private health insurance abuse and win health care for all. We want the real “public option”: Medicare for All, a national single payer plan that cuts out the profit, covers everyone, and puts patients first. We welcome any organization or person who shares our goals, agrees to our guidelines for action, and wants to join this fight.

Releases by this organization

Newswire article
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
Medicare for All: Sit-Ins & Protests at Senators' Offices in 19 Cities
Declaring health care to be a human right, hundreds of advocates for a single-payer, Medicare-for-All health program will protest at senators' offices around the country on Dec. 10, International Human Rights Day. Many will risk arrest by committing acts of civil disobedience.
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Newswire article
Thursday, November 05, 2009
Nine Americans Jailed This Morning When They Tried to Confront Senator Joe Lieberman for Accepting Insurance Company Money
Dozens of people held a sit-in at Senator Lieberman's Capitol Hill office this morning to demand that Senator Lieberman pledge to stop taking health insurance company campaign contributions and free up funds so they can be used to pay for patient care.
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Newswire article
Thursday, October 29, 2009
'I Was Denied a Bone Marrow Transplant and Risked Arrest for Health Care for All'
Robert Darling, 59, risked arrest yesterday when he entered the Warwick, Rhode Island, offices of UnitedHealth insurance company with other health care reform supporters and asked for answers regarding his denial of a lifesaving bone marrow transplant. The supporters occupied the lobby of UnitedHealth for over an hour, but Darling was willing to wait longer. He's been waiting for five years for an answer from UnitedHealth.
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Newswire article
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Citizens and Health Care Providers Will Risk Arrest at Health Insurance Offices in Nine Cities Across the Country Tomorrow
Citizens and health care providers are participating in sit-ins at health insurance offices in nine cities across the country tomorrow to call for real reform that addresses the real cause of the health care crisis, the insurance companies. Within the past 16 days, over 700 people have signed up to risk arrest by sitting down in an insurance company office and refusing to leave, demanding the immediate approval of lifesaving doctor-recommended treatment and an end to denial of care. About 100 of those participants are risking arrest a health insurance company office tomorrow.
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Newswire article
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Citizens and Health Care Providers Will Risk Arrest at Health Insurance Offices in Nine Cities Across the Country on Thursday
Citizens and health care providers are participating in sit-ins at health insurance offices in nine cities across the country on Thursday to call for real reform that addresses the real cause of the health care crisis, the insurance companies. Within the past 16 days, over 700 people have signed up to risk arrest by sitting down in an insurance company office and refusing to leave, demanding the immediate approval of lifesavaing doctor-recommended treatment and an end to denial of care. Thursday, October 15, 2009 - SCHEDULE OF SIT-INS
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