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Resources and Links

The best source for analysis of the current health care crisis and need for a single payer solution is Dr. Don McCanne, whose “Quote of the Day” can be found on the website of Physicians for a National Health Program, listed below. You can also subscribe to his daily updates at quote-of-the-day-request@mccanne.org

Who’s fighting for single payer?

In the Bay Area:

Single Payer Now http://singlepayernow.net/

Senior Action Network http://www.sfsan.org/

Gray Panthers http://graypantherssf.igc.org/

Progressive Democrats of America, San Francisco chapter (URL T/C)

Wellstone Action (URL T/C)

Sonoma County (?)

In California:

California Nurses Association / Nurses National Organizing Committee (CNA/NNOC) http://www.calnurse.org/

American Medical Students Association, Region X http://www.amsa.org/region/reg.cfm?reg=10

California Alliance for Retired Americans http://www.californiaalliance.org/

California Physicians Alliance http://www.capa.pnhp.org/

California School Employees Association http://pub.csea.com/cseahome/

Health Care for All http://www.healthcareforall.org/

One Care Now http://www.onecarenow.org/index.html


Leadership Conference for Guaranteed Healthcare (a coalition of dozens of organizations acting on the national, state, and local levels) http://guaranteedhealthcare4all.org/

Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) http://www.pdamerica.org/

Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) http://www.pnhp.org/

Healthcare-Now http://www.healthcare-now.org/


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