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Affordable Health Care For All

24 Signatures Goal: 100

An Alarm Louder Than a Siren It is completely unacceptable that Americans possess a health care system that is expensive, insufficient, unreliable, and malfunctioning. Americans pay the most for health care, yet, receive one of the worst cares in the world just to receive a health care system that leaves 48 million Americans out. Who are these Americans These Americans are 17% of the countrys children under the age of 18 These Americans are 40% of the countrys $50,000+ yearly earners These Americans are ordinary people who are left behind by a badly-structured system, a system that is the cause of half of all the bankruptcies in America. It is time for Americans to stand up and fight for real health care reform HR 676 would solve many, if not all, of the problems in the health care industry HR 676 would transform the current system into a non-profit system. Because it is immoral to make a profit out of someones health and still give them the poorest quality care By enacting a small rise on the top 5 and 1 percent of wage earners, HR 676 will provide funding for everyone living in the United States. The special interests and industries condemn this because they know the rich will not agree with giving up a little more for their countrys largest public problem. Please help us to fight for this cause by signing this petition.

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