Giving Health Reform a Chance to Work

Originally posted on North Church:

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By Leslie Woods and Sabrina Slater from the Office of Public Witness for the Presbyterian Church (USA)

Reblogged from Justice Unbound

For more than 60 years, Presbyterian General Assemblies have been calling for reform of the U.S. health system, urging the establishment of a national medical plan that will ensure universal health coverage for all persons residing in the United States. In 1988, the Assembly wrote, “Jesus’ command to love our neighbor requires persons with plentiful health resources both to comprehend the condition of those persons without basic health care and to share the means to health.” In other words, it is our collective responsibility as a community, and as a nation, to make sure that all people have access to the means to good health – that is, access to quality, affordable, comprehensive health coverage.

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