Political Issues: Universal Health Care


Universal health care is health care coverage for all eligible residents of a political region and often covers medical, dental and mental health care. Typically, costs are borne in the majority by publicly-funded programs. Universal health care is implemented in all industrialized countries, with the exception of the United States. It is also provided in many developing countries.

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External Links to Anti Universal Health Care

Anti Universal Health Care – Should the Government Provide Free Universal Health Care for All Americans? …. The main argument against a centralized database is that certain insurance …
External Links to Pro Universal Health Care

Pro Universal Health Care – “Absolutely pro universal health care. The current system keeps us tethered to health insurers. Get them out of the equation and focus on delivering the …

Pro Universal Health Care – Cardinal DiNardo chairs the bishops’ Committee on Pro-life Activities. … USCCB Position on Health Care Reform. a truly universal health policy with …

External Links to Non Partisan Health Care

Non Partisan Universal Health Care – Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) – a non-partisan, voluntary organization that advocates for a universal, comprehensive, single-payer …