Single Payer Isn’t Dead: How States Are Keeping the Movement Alive

August 3, 2010

Monday 02 August 2010
by: Michael Corcoran, t r u t h o u t | Op-Ed

The grassroots single-payer movement in Vermont reflects the growing belief that the fight to make health care a human right must come from the states. But will the passage of federal reform get in the way?
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One Response to “Single Payer Isn’t Dead: How States Are Keeping the Movement Alive”

  1. Chante Tarazon on March 10th, 2012 9:01 pm

    Tend not to trust people. These are competent at greatness.
    Do greater than is necessary. Is there a distance between someone that achieves their dreams consistently and those that spend their lives and careers merely following? Further.

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