The Health Care section of the Platform of the Green Party opens with the following statement.
The Green Party supports single-payer universal health care and preventive care for all. We believe that health care is a right, not a privilege.
Our current health care system lets tens of thousands of people die each year by excluding them from adequate care, while its exorbitant costs are crippling our economy. The United States is the only industrialized nation in the world without a national health care system.
Below are articles and press releases detailing support for single payer from the national, state & local parties, and our candidates.
Greens will participate in Health Care Justice demo at Trump Tower in NYC on Jan. 13 and Occupy Inauguration events in DC on Jan. 20 and 21
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Green Party leaders said that the Republican plan to repeal Obamacare, Medicare, and Medicaid should motivate Americans to demand Single-Payer national health care ("Medicare For All").
Do you want to fight back against attacks on healthcare? Then join the Green Party of New York State and healthcare activists across the country at the health care justice demonstration at Trump Tower on January 13th. This demonstration is critical. The National Single Payer Health Care Strategy conference is taking place in NYC just as Trump is preparing to take office and has vowed to take on health care as one of his top priorities. So join us as we will gather outside of Trump Tower to put forth a positive vision for health care justice, and to fight for Single Payer health care.
"Broken System: Effects on Health Care Workers" with Mimi Signor and Dr. Pamella Gronemeyer is the latest episode presented by the Gateway Greens of St. Louis on Green Time TV.
How does it affect health care workers to have seriously ill patients talk about whether their families would have less financial distress if they died? Host Don Fitz and guests Mimi Signor of Missourians for Single Payer and Dr. Pamella Gronemeyer, a physician and small business owner, discuss "best practices" standards of care and how the private insurance monopoly impacts professional ethics. They look at Supreme Court decisions protecting insurance companies and ask how single payer could help small businesses.
Green-Rainbow Party Candidate For State Representative. Massachusetts 14th Middlesex District
November 9, 2016
Whether it was Jill Stein receiving over a million votes nationally, and 1.5% of the vote in Massachusetts (more than double what she received in 2012 in both cases), or my campaign receiving 3.3% of the vote in the Green-Rainbow Party’s first ever run for the 14th Middlesex State Rep. seat, I am happy to see the growing voices calling for people, planet, and peace in our district, state and nation.
This is Patch Adams. Maybe you remember the film about my life in the 90s starring Robin Williams.
I'm coming to you today in my capacity as a physician.
The media acts like there are only two people running for president.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United States has identified "Green Candidates to Watch" in races for the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016.
Like Green presidential nominee Jill Stein and running mate Ajamu Baraka, Green candidates for Congress have had to fight their exclusion from candidates' forums and debates.
Join your fellow progressive neighbors in Gloucester County, New Jersey and learn how we can build the Green Party in our area. The Green Party is growing rapidly in New Jersey, and we are forming local chapters across the state that can organize and take the bold steps needed to end the domination of the 2 corporate parties.
At this meeting, we will also be recruiting volunteers for Jill Stein's presidential campaign. Jill is the only candidate who puts people over profits every time. She’s also the only candidate in the race that stands with the American voter on common-sense policies including: