https://wnbfactory.com/images/totoslot138/ https://wnbfactory.com/images/slot303/ https://wnbfactory.com/images/totoslot4d/
Single-Payer – Page 3 – Pacific Research Institute

Single-Payer

Commentary

The insane progressive push for ‘Medicare for All’

Fifteen senators and more than 100 House members recently introduced legislation that would launch a federal takeover of the US health-insurance system and install “Medicare for All.” “We live in a country where millions of people ration lifesaving medication or skip necessary trips to the doctor because of cost,” said Rep. ...
Commentary

The Medicare For All Dream Won’t Die. Neither Will The Problems With Single-Payer.

For the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, states have started removing people who are ineligible for Medicaid benefits from the program. Democrats have responded with hysteria. The Biden administration is pressing states to slow down and keep as many people as possible enrolled in the program. Democrats are ...
Commentary

Medicare for All Means Tax Increases and Long Waits for Everyone

This month, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., launched his latest bid to ban private health insurance and force all Americans into a government-run health plan. The Vermont socialist gets points for consistency. He’s introduced legislation that would establish “Medicare for All” in the last four sessions of Congress and has been ...
Commentary

Read Why Single Payer Health Care Is Bad For CA Patients

California’s ‘public option’ revival ends badly for patients

Once a rallying cry for pragmatic Democrats, the “public option” has fallen on hard times. Several recent attempts to create such a government-run insurance plan at the state level have proven unworkable, unpopular, or both. And despite the support of President Joe Biden, the prospects for a federal public option ...
Commentary

Read the latest on Sen Bernie's plan for Medicare for All

May We Never Know Dysfunction, Cruelty of Public Health Care

“The current health care system in the United States is totally broken,” Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., said at a recent event on Capitol Hill. “It is totally dysfunctional, and it is extremely cruel.” His preferred fix remains Medicare for All — a sweeping government takeover of health insurance. His latest ...
Commentary

State Public Plans No Blueprint for Affordable Healthcare

A divided Congress has prevented “Medicare for All” from taking off. So progressive activists have turned their attention to the states. Several have launched “public options,” health plans chartered by the state to compete against private insurers. The results have not been impressive. People are not opting for public option ...
Commentary

Democrats want a fully socialized healthcare system

The Inflation Reduction Act Was Only The Beginning

As it turns out, the fears that the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was simply another step toward a fully socialized healthcare system were well founded. For evidence, less than a year after the IRA was signed into law U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Peter Welch (D-VT) and 23 Democrat colleagues ...
Commentary

Golden State Teeters on Edge of Healthcare Cliff

Democrats in the California Legislature are moving ahead with a new bid to impose single-payer health care in the Golden State. Last week, the Senate Health Committee green-lit SB 770 by a 7-2 margin. The measure holds Gov. Gavin Newsom to a set of deadlines for advancing his long-promised government takeover of ...
Commentary

Canadian Court Bolsters Socialized Medicine, U.S. Should Worry

Private health insurance will remain off-limits for most Canadians, especially those in British Columbia. The Supreme Court of Canada just refused to hear an appeal challenging British Columbia’s ban on private coverage. It marks the end of a battle that Vancouver orthopedic surgeon Dr. Brian Day, founder of the successful private Cambie ...
Commentary

California single-payer bill is incremental step to disaster

The California Senate will hold a hearing today on a bill that would lay the groundwork for a government takeover of the state’s health care system. Legislators have been trying to install single-payer health care for years. But this new effort has a better chance of advancing than its legislative ...
Commentary

The insane progressive push for ‘Medicare for All’

Fifteen senators and more than 100 House members recently introduced legislation that would launch a federal takeover of the US health-insurance system and install “Medicare for All.” “We live in a country where millions of people ration lifesaving medication or skip necessary trips to the doctor because of cost,” said Rep. ...
Commentary

The Medicare For All Dream Won’t Die. Neither Will The Problems With Single-Payer.

For the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, states have started removing people who are ineligible for Medicaid benefits from the program. Democrats have responded with hysteria. The Biden administration is pressing states to slow down and keep as many people as possible enrolled in the program. Democrats are ...
Commentary

Medicare for All Means Tax Increases and Long Waits for Everyone

This month, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., launched his latest bid to ban private health insurance and force all Americans into a government-run health plan. The Vermont socialist gets points for consistency. He’s introduced legislation that would establish “Medicare for All” in the last four sessions of Congress and has been ...
Commentary

Read Why Single Payer Health Care Is Bad For CA Patients

California’s ‘public option’ revival ends badly for patients

Once a rallying cry for pragmatic Democrats, the “public option” has fallen on hard times. Several recent attempts to create such a government-run insurance plan at the state level have proven unworkable, unpopular, or both. And despite the support of President Joe Biden, the prospects for a federal public option ...
Commentary

Read the latest on Sen Bernie's plan for Medicare for All

May We Never Know Dysfunction, Cruelty of Public Health Care

“The current health care system in the United States is totally broken,” Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., said at a recent event on Capitol Hill. “It is totally dysfunctional, and it is extremely cruel.” His preferred fix remains Medicare for All — a sweeping government takeover of health insurance. His latest ...
Commentary

State Public Plans No Blueprint for Affordable Healthcare

A divided Congress has prevented “Medicare for All” from taking off. So progressive activists have turned their attention to the states. Several have launched “public options,” health plans chartered by the state to compete against private insurers. The results have not been impressive. People are not opting for public option ...
Commentary

Democrats want a fully socialized healthcare system

The Inflation Reduction Act Was Only The Beginning

As it turns out, the fears that the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was simply another step toward a fully socialized healthcare system were well founded. For evidence, less than a year after the IRA was signed into law U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Peter Welch (D-VT) and 23 Democrat colleagues ...
Commentary

Golden State Teeters on Edge of Healthcare Cliff

Democrats in the California Legislature are moving ahead with a new bid to impose single-payer health care in the Golden State. Last week, the Senate Health Committee green-lit SB 770 by a 7-2 margin. The measure holds Gov. Gavin Newsom to a set of deadlines for advancing his long-promised government takeover of ...
Commentary

Canadian Court Bolsters Socialized Medicine, U.S. Should Worry

Private health insurance will remain off-limits for most Canadians, especially those in British Columbia. The Supreme Court of Canada just refused to hear an appeal challenging British Columbia’s ban on private coverage. It marks the end of a battle that Vancouver orthopedic surgeon Dr. Brian Day, founder of the successful private Cambie ...
Commentary

California single-payer bill is incremental step to disaster

The California Senate will hold a hearing today on a bill that would lay the groundwork for a government takeover of the state’s health care system. Legislators have been trying to install single-payer health care for years. But this new effort has a better chance of advancing than its legislative ...
Scroll to Top