Our country is at a critical crossroads for healthcare: we cannot afford to go further down the road of poor access paid for by high and rising costs, and we won't stand by while Medicare is voucherized, Medicaid is block-granted, the Veterans Administration privatized, and public support for workers’ and low-income peoples’ healthcare is cut.
The Campaign for Guaranteed Healthcare organizes for the healthcare system Americans deserve and can have: improved Medicare for All that costs less and covers everyone. Join us!
Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes
Labor Campaign for Single Payer Healthcare
National Nurses United
Physicians for a National Health Program
Progressive Democrats of America
Health Global Access Project
Justice Action Mobilization Network
National Health Care for the Homeless Council
National Economic and Social Rights Initiative
National Union of Healthcare Workers
People Demanding Action
Social Security Works
Students for a National Health Program
Universal Health Care Action Network
Our Revolution Mobile (AL)
California Physicians Alliance (CA)
Our Revolution for Monterey County (CA)
San Francisco Jobs with Justice (CA)
Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care (CO)
Healthcare-NOW Georgia (GA)
Illinois Single Payer Coalition (IL)
Health Care is a Human Right – Maryland (MD)
American Friends Service Committee Northeast Region (MA)
St. Louis Workers Education Society (MO)
Minnesota Nurses Association (MN)
Nevada for Healthcare-NOW (NV)
Nevada Green Party (NV)
PDA Reno Chapter (NV)
Rights & Democracy (NH, VT)
New York State Nurses Association (NY)
IATSE Local One (NY)
Our Revolution Cayuga County (NY)
SPAN Ohio (OH)
Health Care for All Oregon (OR)
Oregon Rural Action (OR)
Nurses for Single Payer (OR)
Health Care 4 All PA (PA)
SC Progressive Network (SC)
Vermont Workers’ Center (VT)
Eastern Panhandle Single Payer Action Network (WV)
Epilepsy Foundation Heart of Wisconsin (WI)
We are calling on Congressional candidates of every party to “Stand Up for Single Payer.” Use this form to tell us about candidates who are running on a Medicare for All platform in 2018!
Here are the 2018 candidates who are running to win improved Medicare for All in Congress! Candidates can show they’re “Standing Up for Single Payer” by explaining why they support Medicare for All on their website.
Senator Bernie Sanders has introduced the Medicare-for-All Act of 2017, which creates a single-payer healthcare system for every resident of the US! Call your Senators & ask them to become co-sponsors!
As important background for Bernie Sanders’s Medicare-for-All Act of 2017, make full use of this media kit, which includes a Medicare for All primer, FAQ, key reasons to support single-payer healthcare, and a state map of the single-payer movement!
Have you seen news coverage/opinion pieces on the Sanders bill or single payer in general that mischaracterize the issue, fearmonger about taxes, rationing, etc., or otherwise perpetuate myths about single payer? Newspapers are listening: write them an Op-Ed or Letter to the Editor!
Take to twitter this Thursday, June 29 at 2PM eastern (and beyond!) to tell your Senators NO to healthcare cuts, and YES to improved Medicare for All!
Yesterday the CBO confirmed what we knew all along: that the Senate’s repeal bill would strip healthcare from 22 million people, for the noble cause of enriching the already rich. Click to call your Senator right now!
On April 8, 2017 the Campaign for Guaranteed Healthcare called for a National Day of Action for Improved Medicare for All! Our coalition groups responded, organizing 60 actions in 30 different states. See our sampling of images from the events organized.
The Campaign for Guaranteed Healthcare called for a National Day of Action for Improved Medicare for All on Saturday, April 8th, and grassroots organizations across the country are responding! With the defeat of the GOP’s “repeal and replace” legislation, now is the time more than ever to go on the offense!
The Campaign for Guaranteed Healthcare is calling for rallies and speak outs at medical institutions across the country on Saturday, April 8th. This day of action will highlight the devastating local impacts of the ACHA, and show support for improved Medicare for All. Start planning an action today!