single-payer healthcare

City Unions Oppose New York State Single-Payer Health Plan

The battle is highlighting a split within the Democrat Party, as unions argue the expansive legislation – with universal coverage for illegal immigrants – will cut into their benefits and negotiating power.

Nearly half of voters, 49 percent, say they support a single-payer health care system. In this photo, Californians protest in support of a single-payer system for their state.

Villaraigosa Challenges Newsom to Debate over Single-Payer Healthcare

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Antonio Villaraigosa challenged Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, his top rival for the Golden State’s highest political post, on Monday to a one-on-one debate over how feasible a state-sponsored single-payer healthcare system might be. “Enough with the slogans

Villaraigosa and Newsom (Getty)

2018: Republicans Target Democrats Who Support Single-Payer Health Care

On Thursday, the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) launched a 58-second digital ad targeting Democratic congressional candidates Bryan Caforio and Josh Harder in the California’s 25th and 10th Districts over their party’s support for a single-payer, government-run healthcare system.

Single-Payer Health Care protester (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)

Obama: ‘Socialism’ Label ‘Doesn’t Make That Much Sense’

During an interview on Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” President Obama stated that “the label Socialism doesn’t make that much sense in a context where there’s no economy that doesn’t have some Socialist elements,” and “if we have a

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Goalposts Moved Again, As ObamaCare Comes Up 24 Million Enrollees Short

After surveying the latest Congressional Budget Office numbers, Jeffrey Anderson of the Weekly Standard restates what should be obvious to everyone by now: “ObamaCare is basically an expensive Medicaid expansion coupled with 2,400 pages of liberty-sapping mandates.”

Alberto Abin walks out of the UniVista Insurance company office after shopping for a health plan under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, on December 15, 2015 in Miami, Florida.