Who Are the Uninsured?

Thursday, November 27, 2008 12:49

Look around. The person sitting next to you on the bus, the person walking down the street, the person pushing a baby stroller, your family member, your friend, your neighbor: Any of them could be the uninsured.

They are people in desparate need of health care coverage. According to the American Medical Association, 1 out of 7 Americans–or 45 million people–have no health insurance.

But with everyone taking a stand, with everyone speaking up for what’s right, with everyone working together to make their voice heard, everyone can make a difference–and everyone can have health insurance.

For more info to find out what you can do, go to ama-assn.org or voicefortheuninusred.org. Together we stand, or together we fall. It’s your choice.

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