Single-Payer Health Insurance advancing Fast in America

America’s most influential single-payer advocate might be its’ most famous capitalist; Warren Buffett. Uncle Warren supports single payer because he thinks healthcare costs are a threat to American competitiveness.

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Push for Medicare for All Begins

A major push for single-payer health insurance has begun in the wake of the defeat of the Republicans’ Obamacare light health insurance proposal. Not surprisingly U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is leading the charge for Medicare for All.

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Amendment 69: Colorado’s Flawed Single-Payer Healthcare Proposal

Amendment 69 is a poorly-designed and badly-written piece of legislation every person who believes in justice and common sense should vote against. That goes doubly so for people who believe in single-payer healthcare, because this shoddy ballot measure gives the concept a bad name.

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United Health Group is there Value in Health Insurance?

Investors need to realize that UnitedHealth Group is totally at the mercy of politicians and Congress. Its business could be destroyed by new legislation at any time. That means you should be ready to sell this company at any time, because its days could be numbered.

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Study Shows How Obamacare Impoverishes Americans

These findings indicate that Obamacare is a very lousy deal for many average Americans. Large numbers of people will either simply go without health insurance, or worse, be forced to take a job they do not want simply to get “health insurance coverage.”

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United Health Group – The Value in Health Insurance

Beyond the existential reasons, UnitedHealth is just a good basic stock. It gave investors a dividend yield of 1.51% and a return on equity of 18.71% on September 30. In contrast, Amazon paid no dividend and offered investors a return on equity of 2.92% on a stock that was trading at $657.02 a share on November 10, 2015.

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Obamacare Revolt in Colorado

Colorado is now the scene of the nation’s most dramatic revolt against Obamacare. That rebellion could form the basis of a national debate on the unpopular program and the beginning of a movement that could reshape both healthcare and American politics.

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