Today marks the 68th World Health Day, a day to commemorate a global commitment to universal health care. Despite major gains with the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the United States remains a global outlier when it comes to delivering affordable health care for its people. [...]
From universal health care to advancing pathways to citizenship and guaranteeing paid time to care, our economy only works if everyone is able to obtain the footing and economic security to thrive. Medicare for All is part of the ambitious agenda that lawmakers must consider if they want to be responsive to the time we are in. That’s a good thing for the Latinx community.