The current healthcare system in the United States is ineffective, inefficient, and outrageously expensive. It is time to remove the profit motive in healthcare, eliminate inefficiencies, and guarantee quality, therapeutic healthcare to every person living in the United States.
A bill to establish an improved Medicare for All national health insurance program was introduced by Representative Pramila Jayapal and Representative Debbie Dingell as H.R. 3421 to the 2023-24 Congressional session. The bill improves and expands on the overwhelmingly successful and popular Medicare program, so that every person living in the United States has guaranteed access to healthcare with comprehensive benefits.
This page is a hub for resources for the bill.
VIDEO: PRESS CONFERENCE ON H.R. 3421
Introducing the 2023-24 Medicare for All Bills
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell, and Senator Bernie Sanders are joined by original cosponsors and patient and provider advocates as they introduced the Medicare for All Act of 2023.
VIDEO: TOWN HALL WITH REP. JAYAPAL & SEN. SANDERS
A Discussion With Healthcare Providers
For the launch of the Medicare for All legislation, Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Pramila Jayapal hosted a town hall conversation with healthcare providers - doctors, nurses, EMS technicians, and more - to discuss their experience with trying to help patients in a for-profit healthcare system, and the urgent need for universal healthcare.