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Petition: Say NO to Insurance Oligopoly

Major players from the American Medical Assocation, the American Hospital Assocation, and of course the insurance lobby were present today at the first of several House and Senate hearings on the Anthem-Cigna and Aetna-Humana mergers. Unfortunately, no one was there to speak on behalf of you and me, the patients.

That’s why we created this petition: to ask Attorney General Loretta Lynch to oppose these mega mergers and instead support a single payer healthcare plan for all.

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Check out our petition graphic above to see how much these massive insurers made last year by witholding care to patients. But it’s still not enough for them.

Sharing the petition is important because it helps educate your network that these mergers are happening and that they can do something about it. You can Facebook the petition or Tweet the petition after you’ve signed!

 

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One Response to “Petition: Say NO to Insurance Oligopoly”
  1. We don’t need anymore bigger insurance companies to scheme up new ways to keep our money instead of giving us the care we need. We need H.R. 676 to provide public funding to pay for all necessary care for every U.S. resident including dental, hearing, optical and mental health.
    Insurance companies have morphed into today’s worst nighmare for patients, families and employers not to mention taxpayers. Our system costs 2-1/2 times the average per capita cost of all OECD countries. This is outrageous.