Obamacare, with its promise of healthcare reform, took the wind out of the sails of the single payer movement.
In the House of Representatives, the number of co-sponsors of the single payer bill, HR 676, today is at 53 — down from a high of about 100.
Under Obamacare, 30 million Americans are still uninsured and tens of millions more are underinsured.
It’s a down year for single payer and activists are asking — what to do?
What’s the next step?
Single Payer Now’s Don Bechler says we have to hit the streets.
He’s been doing it for years — building a database of about 25,000 people — mostly in California — who support HR 676.
How does he do it?