A ruling against the Affordable Care Act could jeopardize health coverage for millions amid the pandemic.
Just about every congressional member this year who ran for reelection while supporting universal health care won.
“For Trump, ‘socialized medicine’ is bad for everyone but himself. Total hypocrisy!” tweeted Sanders.
Under the for-profit health care system, the vast majority of Americans are in no position to simply go to the hospital.
The U.S. has much to learn from Vietnam, which has recorded just 22 COVID-related deaths, says economist Robert Pollin.
The “People’s Convention” organized by the Progressive Democrats offers a stark contrast to the DNC’s centrism.
“Everyone living in America should get the health care they need,” says activist Ady Barkan.
Under Trump’s administration, the “unthinkable has become normal,” said Sanders.
“I cannot vote for this platform that does not have universal health care as a right,” says Khanna.
The vote comes as 100 million people and counting are either uninsured or underinsured in the U.S. amid a pandemic.