Big Pharma & Insurance Gave $43M to 129 House Democrats Not Backing Medicare for All

Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Washington) recently rolled out House Democrats’ version of a Medicare for All proposal that would ensure all Americans have guaranteed healthcare.

by Carl Gibson

The bill (H.R. 1384) has an impressive 106 co-sponsors, and has been called “the most ambitious Medicare-for-All plan yet” by Vox, which also reported the benefits the House bill contained were even more significant than the companion bill Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) first introduced in his chamber.

Under Jayapal’s plan, private, for-profit health insurance plans would be eliminated, and all Americans would be covered by a government-administered single-payer healthcare plan.

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Author: Alexander Light

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2 thoughts on “Big Pharma & Insurance Gave $43M to 129 House Democrats Not Backing Medicare for All”

  1. This is why I’m asking every one with a decent heart not to buy anything from these evil multinationals .BOYCOTT these evil multinationals who now own everything and control our governments Wake up idiots BOYCOTT buy local

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