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Liz Seegert spoke on January 26, 2020 at the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island about “If health care is a right, how do we pay for it?.” (Click on headphone icon in upper right corner to listen.)
We’ve been hearing a lot about “Medicare for All,” “universal coverage,” “public options,” and the right to basic health care for all Americans. The challenge is figuring out a way to pay for care for 300 million people without plunging the U.S. into even further debt, avoiding tax increases on the working poor and middle class, and figuring out a system that will save money in the long run. We took a look at some of the pros and cons of various proposals, how other countries manage to insure all their citizens, and whether there can be a fair, equitable solution for all of us.
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We are dedicated to providing numerous ways for people to continue to connect. Check out the Online Gatherings we have scheduled for March 31 through April 5, and please join us. All are welcome!
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Students may be able to learn from home, but eating there is sometimes a different story. Tens of thousands of children from families experiencing hardship depend on free and low-cost school meals as a reliable source of nutrition. For Secular #WeekofAction May 1st-10th, check if you can help with preparation or distribution at public schools. Learn more at weekofaction.org ... See MoreSee Less