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The Issue: Health Care

The United States is the only industrialized country that does not provide universal health care to all its citizens. Forty-seven million people don’t have health insurance, while insurance companies make money on health care.

Affordable health insurance for all; lower costs; no one will be rejected from care because of age or illness
Affordable health insurance for all; lower costs; no one will be rejected from care because of age or illness
Affordable health insurance for all; lower costs; give a $5,000 tax credit to help families buy health insurance
Affordable health insurance for all; lower costs; give a $5,000 tax credit to help families buy health insurance
Replace the for-profit health insurance companies with a national health care system paid for by the government; provide free quality health care for all people
Replace the for-profit health insurance companies with a national health care system paid for by the government; provide free quality health care for all people
Replace the for-profit health insurance companies with a national health care system paid for by the government; provide free quality health care for all people
Replace the for-profit health insurance companies with a national health care system paid for by the government; provide free quality health care for all people
Reform the health care system to get rid of government regulations
Reform the health care system to get rid of government regulations
Replace the for-profit health insurance companies with a national health care system paid for by the government; provide free quality health care for all people
Replace the for-profit health insurance companies with a national health care system paid for by the government; provide free quality health care for all people