Rep. Dennis Kucinich proposed a crucial amendment today for single-payer healthcare and we urgently need you to call one or more of the 12 Democrats on the House Education and Labor Subcommittee. Our message is simple:

Please support Rep. Kucinich’s Amendment today in the HELP Subcommittee to allow states to create single-payer healthcare systems. The federal government should give states the freedom to fix our health care crisis.

Robert Andrews NJ01 202-225-6501
Yvette Clarke NY11 202-225-6231
Joe Courtney CT02 202-225-2076
Marcia Fudge OH11 202-225-7032
Phil Hare IL17 202-225-5905
Rush Holt NJ12 202-225-5801
Dale Kildee MI05 202-225-3611
David Loebsack IA02 202-225-6576
Carolyn McCarthy NY04 202-225-5516
Joe Sestak PA07 202-225-2011
John Tierney MA06 202-225-8020
David Wu OR01 202-225-0855

You can call any time and leave a voicemail if no one answers. If you do speak with a staffer, please post their reply here:

You can also urge your Senators and Representatives to support a nationwide Single Payer Health Care plan (H.R. 676) by signing our petition:{cid_enc}

The Kucinich Amendment would let individual states create single-payer healthcare systems even if Congress fails to create a nationwide single-payer system.

That’s exactly how Canada evolved towards single-payer: one province at a time. Given the corporate-funded resistance to single-payer in Congress, the U.S. may have to follow the Canadian path.

Progressive activists in California and Pennsylvania are leading the way for single-payer systems and the Kucinich Amendment would remove the legal roadblocks they face.

The fate of the Kucinich Amendment rests in the hands of the 12 Democrats above. Please call as many as you can.


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