Trump promised to keep his hands off of Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security—while also trying to cut them to pieces.
U.S. life expectancy rose for the first time in four years because of a drop in opioid overdose deaths. Now Trump, who claims credit, wants to cut Medicaid.
Imagine if the next generation of Americans experienced healthcare as a human right, and quality of care wasn’t determined by wealth or income.
The last thing on your mind during a ride to the ER should be: Is this going to bankrupt me?
“People shouldn’t have to crowdfund for their health care. We wanted PhRMA to have to face firsthand the toll their greed takes on Americans across our country.”
Every other industrialized country has already made the transition and seen both improved health outcomes and reduced costs.
Caring for loved ones with dementia is hard enough. Families shouldn’t have to bear a financial crisis on top of that.
It’s never too early to come up with an agenda for 2020.
The GOP’s trickle-down economics have never worked for ordinary Americans. Medicare does.
The increased national debt gives the perfect political cover for cutting social programs.
Tax cuts for the wealthiest 1 percent alone could fund coverage for 12 million Americans.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is nothing short of a boon to the very wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
You probably pay about four times more of your income to Social Security than millionaires, who want to cut their taxes and your benefits.
Our “free market” health care system gives CEOs the freedom to squeeze us.
Republicans say corporate tax cuts lead to job growth. That’s just not true.