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2017 Resolution Ballot

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Below are the resolutions on the 2017-2018 topic ballot. Ballots are due by Midnight, CST, July 16, 2017. Remember you must be a paying CEDA member and authorized to vote.

1. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should establish national health insurance in the United States.

2. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should establish a universal health care policy, including at least comprehensive health insurance coverage, in the United States.

3. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should establish a national health care policy, including at least one or more of the following, in the United States: comprehensive and transgender-inclusive universal health care; comprehensive and universal health care for sexual and reproductive health; public health insurance option; single-payer national health insurance; substantially expanding Medicaid eligibility for incarcerated people and/or undocumented
immigrants.

4. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should establish a national health care policy, including at least one or more of the following, in the United States: lowering the Medicare eligibility age to at least 55 or younger; price cap regulation of pharmaceuticals; public health insurance option; single-payer national health insurance; universal all-payer rate setting.

5. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should establish a national health care policy, including at least one or more of the following, in the United States: lowering the Medicare eligibility age to at least 55 or younger; national health insurance; price cap regulation of pharmaceuticals; universal all-payer rate setting.

6. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should establish a national health care policy, including at least one or more of the following, in the United States: comprehensive and universal health insurance coverage; lowering the Medicare eligibility age to at least 55 or younger; price cap regulation of pharmaceuticals; universal all-payer rate setting.

7. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should establish a national health care policy, including at least substantially expanding financial access to health care services in the United States.