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A study by the Colorado School of Public Health examining three types of health care systems shows that a state single-payer-type health care system would save $billions in Colorado each year.

CO4UHC

September 9th 2021


On March 17, U.S. Reps. Pramila Jayapal and Debbie Dingell made history when they introduced a new, improved House Medicare for All Act of 2021.

CO4UHC

March 18th 2021


At 1 p.m. MDT time on Thursday, June 24, universal health care champion Michael Lighty guided us in harnessing the power to picture life when we all enjoy the freedom to access great health care.

It’s more than any buzz word. Imagine a spring where every child with a bee allergy has an Epipen because our shared health care system knows that’s absolutely the right thing for them to have. And that’s just the beginning!

This is what participants dare to imagine.

Sara Wright

July 1st 2021


From the slave patrols of the 19th century to patrolling neighborhoods in the 21st century, police have been one of, if not the most destructive and oppressive forces in the Black community. In the 21st century, we can expand that to say Black and Brown communities.

Robert Davis

May 14th 2021


In today’s era marked by mass shootings, worry over the safety of children in schools has increased, and understandably so. Research shows that policing schools actually does more harm than good, especially for students’ mental health. Meanwhile, having enough school counselors is proven to help.

Kate Howard

May 12th 2021


While more than 12 million Americans have lost health care coverage with the arrival of Covid-19, a cartel of insurance, drug, and large hospital corporations is spending big against Medicare for All.

CO4UHC

May 1st 2021


The campaign to win health care for everyone in Colorado and the US needs you. Thanks to this new bill, the US could get to universal health care one state at a time.

CO4UHC

April 26th 2021


Moral injury, or the psychological distress experienced by committing or failing to prevent acts which oppose one’s moral beliefs, is posing an increasing threat to physicians in the U.S. as more patients are unable to afford care due to lack of health insurance.

Contributor

April 2nd 2021


Lack of good health care and medical debt can both contribute to a person becoming homeless. Once homeless, living on the streets is dangerous to one’s health.

Contributor

March 15th 2021


When I first got diagnosed with Scleroderma in the summer of 2020, I was determined it wouldn’t slow me down, but I was really worried about the cost. Scleroderma is a rare autoimmune disease affecting the joints and other organs of the body.

Contributor

March 15th 2021