In Illinois and across the country momentum is building in support of implementing a Medicare for All Single-Payer health care system. This system would bypass profit-greedy corporate insurance companies and includes 100% free universal coverage for all.
The U.S. has the most expensive health care system in the world, and yet we are ranked 37th for the quality of care when compared to other advanced industrial countries. Over 40,000 people die unnecessarily and close to one million people are forced into home foreclosure and bankruptcy every single year because of our corporate-controlled health care system.
It is time to join the rest of the industrialized world and make access to healthcare and medicine a BASIC HUMAN RIGHT, regardless of ability to pay.
Come hear what you and your organization can do to bring health care for all to our state and country.
Join us at a panel presentation to find out what you can do to help make this happen. Speakers will include:
Dr. Pamella Gronemeyer, MD, Illinois Single payer Coalition and Clair Irwin, local member, Illinois Insulin 4 All
Sunday June 23rd at 1 PM
Champaign public Library
200 W. Green St.
Robeson Room A and B
Sponsored by: Chambana Democratic Socialists of America (DSA)
Co-sponsors: Central Illinois Jobs with Justice, Channing Murray Foundation; Illinois Single Payer Coalition, Physicians for a National Health Program, Progressive Democrats of America (PDA); Unitarian Universalist Church of Urbana-Champaign; U-C Friends Meeting, Peace and Service Committee.