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REIMAGINEAMERICA RADIO HOUR October 30

Dr. Robert Pearl, author of the best selling book Mistreated joins the Reimagineamerica Radio Hour to discuss gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom's "health care for all" -- Double the state's general fund budget Would you be happy with health care administered like the CA DMV And the politics of health care -- part of why health

REIMAGINEAMERICA RADIO HOUR – July 29,2018 – Moving Forward Toward Affordable Health Care

When it Comes to our Health Care – There are A LOT OF NUMBERS The cost of American health care is nearly twice that of any other nation. Today, the United States spends $3 trillion a year (the equivalent of the entire federal government budget) Approximately $10,000 per person per year About 1/3 of federal

REIMAGINEAMERICA RADIO HOUR November 12

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REIMAGINEAMERICA RADIO HOUR October 15

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What Americans Don’t Want to Hear About Healthcare

If we want good healthcare coverage with reasonable insurance premiums, Americans must become active consumers. We must advocate for a system without hidden costs. If we want the impending debate in Congress to conclude with a better outcome than just "Obamacare2.0", we, the people, are going to have to hold our representatives' feet to the fire! We must insist they begin with a comprehensive investigation of the underlying costs of healthcare.