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Health Care for All Texas

Texas for Medicare for All

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Is Health Care a Human Right?
We believe it is.

The Universal Declaration of [Human Rights], adopted in 1948 by the United Nations at they urging of the United States, holds that every human being has the right to health, including health care based on the following principles:

1. Universality: This means that everyone in the United States has the human right to health care.

2. Equity: This means that benefits and contributions should be shared fairly to create a system that works for everyone.

3. Accountability: This means that the U.S. government has a responsibility to ensure that care comes first.

Read other opinions

[No:] "Health Care is Not a Human Right"
by Philip Barlow
[Yes:] "Health Care: Human Right, Civil Right, Privilege, or Market Commodity"
by Valerie Elverton Dixon

Who We Are

We Are a grassroots organization that believes health care is a human right. Every person in the state of Texas deserves access to high quality health care at an affordable cost.

Our Mission is to promote single payer, health care for all through community education and policy setting.

Our Vision is a health care system based on six guiding principles: universal, accessible, affordable, accountable, comprehensive and just.

Our Goals are:
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