Universal Health Care 2: The Walking Uninsured

16 minutes

The United States is the only high-income country that does not provide health care to its citizens and residents as a human right. As a result, more than 30 million people remain uninsured. Of course, this has tragic consequences for individuals and families. Recent attempts to correct this problem have been less than success and more than disappointing. Doug and Robin address this sad situation and ask one difficult question: Why? They focus on the problem of Medicaid expansion. Some states have accepted it; others not. And this was a life-or-death decision. Listen to their uncommon conversation and get ready to join in!

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