Healthcare for All of Us

Photo: Katel LeDu

Healthcare is a human right and every person should have the care they need regardless of their income. Yet in our current healthcare system, the right to go to a doctor and get medicine is treated like a privilege, and people are forced to make decisions no one should have to: like whether to buy groceries or medicine. As patients, we’re forced to navigate a complicated web of doctors, hospitals, insurance companies, drug companies, and public programs just to stay as healthy as possible. This is a moral outrage. It is ridiculous and unnecessary. We already spend much more money on healthcare than any other developed nation. I am fighting to make Pennsylvania a national model for care that prioritizes our lives over the profits of big corporations.

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