What’s up with the Foundation?
- Let’s thank Rep. Neguse for cosponsoring the State-Based Universal Health Care Act of 2019
- Act now: State-based universal health bill needs cosponsors!
- Chart: Compare national reform plans
- Activists greet Speaker Pelosi, Congressman Neguse in Broomfield
- Improved Medicare for All—Talking points with heart
- Medical professionals: Sign our petition for universal health care!
- Sign our petition for universal health care!
- Legislative news: Health Care Cost Savings Act a go
- Universal health would remove these CO blocks to care
- Talking Points: Import Prescription Drugs from Canada, SB19-005
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by Nancy Reed and James Potter We are constantly being bombarded by all the problems with our health care system and the different proposals to fix it — or at least try to tape it together. In the confusion, the … Continue reading
Dr. George Bohmfalk practiced neurosurgery in Texas before retiring to divide his years between Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley and Charlotte, NC. In addition to being a member of the Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care, he is active in Physicians … Continue reading
Be part of our Friday Facebook Post Team. It’s simple, easy, and increases our impact. Contact Patricia Rice: Social@couniversalhealth.org Then, like us on Facebook, and invite your friends to like our page too. Like, Share, and Comment on our posts! www.facebook.com/COHealth4All/ Active on Twitter, … Continue reading
Former Health Insurance Executive turned universal health champion Wendell Potter will give the keynote address at the Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care’s annual conference, to be held June 29, 2019 in Denver. Potter founded the Tarbell Institute to and … Continue reading
She’s fought for more than a decade for all of us to have health care. That’s why on Aug. 29 in Denver, the Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care named Sen. Irene Aguilar, MD the People’s Health Care Champion. “For … Continue reading
I want you to be well. I don’t have to like you. I don’t have to approve of you. I don’t even have to know you. I just want you to be well. How I personally may feel about how … Continue reading
Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care Executive Director Ivan J. Miller smelled a rat. Charles Blahous from the Koch-funded Mercatus Center recently published an analysis of Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Medicare for All bill. In it, Blahous claimed that Sanders’ plan … Continue reading
Aug. 29, 2018 Please retract and correct two recent Fact Checker articles that have disseminated misleading information: Democratic spin on Medicare-for-all is too good to be true and Democrats seize on cherry-picked claim that ‘Medicare-for-all’ would save $2 trillion, both … Continue reading
For universal health care Let the world (and your elected officials) know you support quality affordable health care for every Coloradan via a universal health care payment system. Sign here.
Drug prices are outrageously high in America because the U.S. government patent process allows corporations to maintain monopolies on new, essential, and sometimes life-saving medications. Corporations have a single, sworn duty: To maximize shareholder profits. This means raising prices as … Continue reading
All people are created equal and deserve equal access to health care by Sara Wright This Mother’s Day, my 17-year-old daughter, Harmony, who graduates high school this Saturday, handed me a painted, anatomically correct heart for a card. On the … Continue reading
Check out our photo gallery from the May 6 rallies for universal health care. Read more about what the nurses had to say here. On Sunday May 6 in both Denver and Fort Collins, the Colorado Foundation for Universal Health … Continue reading
The Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care gave FULL SUPPORT to bills that advance universal health care: That means actively promoting the legislation on our website and social media, mobilizing our supporters, providing testimony at committee hearings, sending letters to … Continue reading
Great news for Coloradans and health care Amendment 71’s 2 percent signature quota is out After a “Raise the Bar” campaign funded by big oil and gas succeeded in passing Amendment 71 in November, 2016, grassroots activists wondered if regular … Continue reading