Manage episode 245478557 series 8456
Air Date: 11/1/2019
Today we take a look at how the debate over our health care system has been framed and how we should frame it.
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We speak with Janet Golden, professor emerita at Rutgers University-Camden and a historian of U.S. medicine
The fundamental moral underpinning for why we need a Medicare for All system
We take a closer look how candidates discussed the healthcare issue. Our panelists are Osita Nwanevu, Helena Olea, and Jacqueline Luqman, with Greg Wilpert as host.
Matt Bruenig, the founder of the People’s Policy Project, is firmly in support of true single-payer. No compromise, no chaser.
Dem Debate: "Disingenuous" Attacks on Medicare for All Distract from Cost of Today's Broken System
Join the campaign to pass local resolutions demanding Medicare for All!
We need candidates for president to stop lying and start having compassion regarding our health care system.
Ch. 8: Critiquing Johann Hari - Dave from Olympia, WA
Ch. 9: Challenge pledge - Todd from Utah
Ch. 10: Final comments on Johann Hari’s story and Todd’s Patron challenge
Ch. 11: Limerick of the Day from @Limericking
Pass a local #MedicareforAll Resolution in your town or city!
Watch the Week of Action Town Hall with Reps. Pressley and Omar
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Researched & written by BOTL Communications Director Amanda Hoffman
MUSIC (Blue Dot Sessions):
- Opening Theme: Loving Acoustic Instrumental by John Douglas Orr
- Moon Bicycle Theme - American Moon Bicycle
- Vengeful - Warmbody
- Glass Runner - Marble Run
- On Our Own Again - The Pine Barrens
- Celestial Navigation - Aeronaut
- Voicemail Music: Low Key Lost Feeling Electro by Alex Stinnent
- Closing Music: Upbeat Laid Back Indie Rock by Alex Stinnent
Produced by Jay! Tomlinson
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