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Medicare You Can Buy Into Act - Grayson (D-FL)

Congressman Alan Grayson of Florida has authored H.R. 4789. The Bill, titled "Medicare You Can Buy Into Act" or "Public Option Act", would open up Medicare enrollment to US residents of all ages 19 and above. The link below is for this bill, which is only four pages long.

Read The Bill Here


  1. I've setup an information page for HR 4789 -

    Currently 81 sponsors (including Grayson) and over 37,000 signers on the petition - keep up the good work and please let everyone that you know learn about and hopefully support HR 4789.

    If we are going to be "mandated" to purchase health insurance, seems like an "option" to buy from other than a for-profit health insurance company is a good idea.


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