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Below are the latest
Fact Sheets, Talking Points and information about Medicare for All.
Each one is a
separate page:

Getting the Facts Straight on the Costs and Savings of Medicare for All June 2019

Who are the uninsured
in Missouri?

Med4All Resolutions: Talking Points for Local Government Officials and Media

St. Louis City Aldermen, with no debate, Unanimously Endorse a National Medicare for All bill pushed by U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (May 13, 2022)

Medicare for All
Bill of 2022




Links to Websites of Interest

How much does health care cost? Take this PBS quiz!

Watch the series on health care in the U.S. compared with other countries at https://www.pbs.org/newshour/video?category=health#all-videos

MU Tigers for Universal Health Care - TUHC

Healthcare NOW

Physicians for a National Health Program

Progressive Democrats of America

California Nurses Association

Medicare for All

Click Here to Learn How Health Care is Causing Bankruptcy State by State

Click Here to Read about the Bankruptcy Study on Medical Costs

Click Here to See the Medical Bankruptcy Fact Sheet


Click Here to Learn More about Recent State Level Organizing for Single Payer
and Universal Health Care Plans

Members of the St. Louis chapter of Physicians for a National Health Program testify in support of single payer for Missouri


Bringing Single Payer Health Care to Missourians:

The "Missouri Universal Health Assurance Program" - HB 1405

(A PDF of the bill is available at the above link)

The Missouri universal health assurance program would be created for the purpose of providing a single publicly financed statewide program to provide comprehensive necessary health, mental health, and dental health care services, including preventive screenings, for all residents of this state. This program shall have as its goals:

  1. Timely access to health services of the highest quality for every resident of the state so that all may benefit;
  2. The provision of adequate funding for health care;
  3. Lower health care spending through streamlined administration, a single bill and uniform payments.