Real Health Care for All!
Health Care for All Illinois is a statewide coalition advocating a single-payer "Medicare for All" health system to guarantee access to comprehensive, equal health care for all Illinoisians.
Next Meeting:Thursday, March 20 | 7:00 p.m.
850 West Jackson, Suite 750

Please send items for the agenda to Anne Scheetz at ascheetz@hotmail.com.

A Single-Payer Health System for Illinois

Illinoisans already pay enough for comprehensive universal health insurance - we just don't get it. This is becasue private insurers and the administrative waste they generate consumes nearly a third of our health spending. Replacing insurance companies with a single public payer would save Illinois more than $13 billion per year, enough to cover everyone.

Read a Summary of the Single-Payer Plan

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Governor Rod Blagojevich has introduced an ambitious health plan to raise $2 billion in taxes to help Illinoisans pay insurance premiums.

Unfortunately, while it will provide some temporary fixes, the Governor's plan does not go far enough to solve our health crisis.

Read our Analysis of the Gov.'s Plan

The "Health Care for All Illinois Act" (HB 311)

Rep. Mary Flowers
HB 311 Sponsor

Introduced by State Reps. Mary Flowers and Mike Boland, the Health Care for All Illinois Act would establish a statewide single-payer health system to provide comprehensive health coverage to all Illinoisans without spending any more than we are now.

Learn about HB 311