I’m thrilled to share that the first committee hearing for the Prescription Drug Price Affordability Commission bill is tomorrow.
Republicans are still trying to repeal the ACA through the Texas v. US lawsuit We believe that no matter where we live, what we look like, or what’s in our wallets, everyone deserves care, access to medicine, and the opportunity to live a good life. Today, Republicans are still actively working to repeal the Affordable
At TakeAction Minnesota, we believe our health care system should make us healthier, be people-centered, and leave nobody out. We’re clear that the pathway to universal, affordable, accessible health care is through the public health care, not the failing private market.
In Minnesota, we believe in fairness and the common good. This week, hundreds of TakeAction Minnesota members contacted their legislators about Minnesota allowing for-profit health insurance companies from entering the state and why we need strong HMO conversion laws. Today, Rep. Jen Schultz’s bill (HF533) was approved by the House Commerce committee. This is great
We’re thrilled to support Governor Walz & Lt. Governor Flanagan’s health care proposal. Here are 5 reasons why.
By: Amity Foster When I was 22 years old, I was diagnosed with leukemia. I was fresh out of college. I did not have a job. I did not have healthcare. I was in that zone of not really being sure what I was going to do with my life, feeling stressed, but also feeling
Health care matters. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) made it so that I could stay on my parents’ health insurance until I turn 26, and it has basically kept me alive this past year. But even with expanded care, there are still thousands of people in this country who cannot access the kind of care
Instead, she asked me how my health is doing, if I’m getting the care I need, and if I’m taking care of myself. This is the type of governor we need. Someone who is clear that their own self-interest is dependent on the healing of their community.
Throughout 2017, TakeAction Minnesota members have organized to defend Medicaid by collecting and sharing stories, mobilizing Minnesotans to vociferously oppose bills that would harm Medicaid.
A group of about 20 protesters showed up at U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis’ (R) house in Woodbury on Wednesday. They coursed up his driveway bearing signs, crowded around his front step, and chanted about healthcare loudly enough for his neighbors to hear. Lewis had supported the Republican health care bill, which included deep cuts to