Health Care Justice Voter - Rights and Democracy VT

Health Care Justice Voter

In the wake of our victories defeating a series of disastrous Republican health care bills it is clear that now, more than ever, we need to protect ourselves, our friends, our family, our co-workers, our neighbors, and our communities from interests trying to further privatize and profit off our broken health care system.

 

We must win universal, publicly and equitably financed health care as a human right here in Vermont and across the country.

 

Sign up today to be a Health Care Justice Voter and show Governor Phil Scott and all our elected officials that they must work with us to make access to high-quality health care a human right and public good in this state.

472 SIGNATURES
1,000 signatures

I AM A HEALTH CARE JUSTICE VOTER

 

As a Vermont voter, I will support candidates who stand for:

  • High-quality health care as a human right for all;

  • The implementation of an equitably and publicly financed system of health care for all as envisioned in Vermont's 2011 health care law, Act 48;

  • Passing Universal Primary Care (UPC).UPC can save lives and health care costs in Vermont now;

  • Resistance to any policies that cut Medicaid or Medicare and the ACA’s Medicaid expansion;
  • Supporting all steps toward national Medicare for all; and,

  • Better protections for and further investment in workplace safety, family medical leave, reproductive, women's, transgender, oral, and mental health, and substance abuse treatment services.

 

EVERY HUMAN BEING SHOULD HAVE ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE WHEN AND WHERE THEY NEED IT. TODAY I AM STANDING UP TO JOIN THIS FIGHT!

Will you sign?

  • Julia Hampton
    signed 2018-08-10 17:47:50 -0400
  • Eva Krukowski
    signed 2018-04-17 12:32:56 -0400
    I am most interested in increasing access to Trans* healthcare and Single-Payer health care.
  • Jason Dana
    signed 2018-04-03 10:37:22 -0400
    Jason Dana
  • Rikki Risatti
    signed 2018-03-25 01:15:33 -0400
    After enduring another painful year of homelessness from gentrification displacement from 7 years of living in White River Junction, VT; this winter we moved into the only occupancy that accepted us after ceaseless searching for any opportunity. We were rejected by section 8 options for being too poor, even with SSDI.


    I invested all of my time and savings into making the space livable where both a teenage girl had killed herself in and a woman had been recently raped by an ex military sniper who is now in prison for serial aggressively violent crimes. After a few months of delay, the landlord responded to paying an electrician to connect heat to a freezing room that then exposed us to contracting bed bug/mites which spread contamination throughout the house. Despite being hard working and intelligent people, we do not have a functioning dryer to combat the black mold exasperated from a leaking roof or to kill the pest infestation eating us alive nor can afford the hundreds of dollars to launder fabrics . My medical debt from disabilities and limited income has prevented me from obtaining even purchasing bed bug protective covers for bedding that was donated to us to alleviate the burdens of our cyclic conditions of poverty perpetuating illnesses also denied coverage by Medicaid insurances division. I’m an advocate for basic income to benefit every resident regardless of circumstances or performance ability qualifications as a way to stimulate community vitality. Financial security is a basic right everyone is worthy of to receive, gross negligence of this is a deplorable travesty that must be rectified now. To eliminate the abominations of poverty, everyone should receive at least $30,000 net yearly income to be freed from the enslavement of credit interest debt. People will then have the resource means to prevent the traumatic victimization of homelessness and resulting incriminating acts experienced as direct consequence of surviving poverty.


    A temporary home “guest” which our circumstances coerced and pressured us into at this property was effected by countless mite bites, broke agreements to not smoke indoors, needlessly broke an entry window and refused to amend repairs, and choked me against a wall while I was trying to clean, and behaved in unwelcomed ways reported to the police whose current policy protected the man whom was not on the lease, neglected health hygiene, and was physically abusive. Too many people for too long have directly been harmed by these policies which will immediately change as soon as government politicians authentically represent addressing constituents needs.


    The local emergency response for crisis intervention granted by Economic Services sheltered me in a motel that had no bed bug covers on the pillows, bed, or box spring. The room I’m quarantined in while being treated for scabies is dirty, covered with mold, and dead bugs for $90 a nigh. I found dried blood marks on the pillows and the management whom was confrontational about accepting my service dog rights, also refused to wash to the provided blankets with holes in the sheets. The Health Department must expanding budgets to include bed bug/mite cover requirements as a public health code concern.


    I chose to vote for Bernie once, but he has not delivered reparation of The Public Demands to fund community vitality and protecting environmental rights historically neglected by current institutions which must cease systematic oppressions.


    1.The Public Demands the Vermont Liberation Union Movement “by any means necessary” cause to spread information on how to decolonize puritanical America and abolish fascist culture; a campaign whose moral agenda resolves to face corruption and stands accountable to empower a thriving environment for humanity.


    2.Residents Demand succeeding from federal jurisdiction.

     

    3.Residents Demand raising the poverty yearly income index be set to a net worth of $30,000.

     

    4.Residents Demand basic income grants to all residents regardless of verifying varying circumstances to a minimum of $30,000 net yearly income. With supplemental assistance reimbursement for all medical treatments for underemployed peoples living with disabilities.

     

    5.Residents Demand possessing hotel chain architectures in Vermont State to house displaced persons experiencing homelessness. Tourism economy flow will be redirected for accommodations by local independent hosts.

     

    6.Residents Demand all residencies must become equipped with a bathtub with access to hot water in addition to laundering services to promote good public health hygiene practices and prevent ailment outbreaks. And bedbug mite covers must be on all beds, box springs in all facilities.

     

    7.Residents Demand all social service departments and pharmacies must provide internal condoms at adjusted sliding scale , of donation fees, offering no less than 5 daily per individual receiving as needed.

     

    8.Residents Demand increase food stamp maximum allowance to $800 monthly per all non/under employed single and childless individuals, accommodating a budget of $200 per week. Non/ under employed active guardians should receive equal sum allowance per child.

     

    9.Residents Demand people living with disabilities quality bulk food home delivery service options payable by EBT.

     

    10.Residents Demand banning the VT Health Commissions Access Insurance Division (Medicaid) from roles of judgement to deny coverage so as to realize actual universal health care which does not prevent progressing medical prescriptions or treatment resource availability.

     

    11.Residents Demand Medicaid Insurance coverage for vision and dental.

     

    12.Residents Demand Migrant Sanctuary State Status; Removing all ICE employees from entering Vermont territory and offering equal citizen protections without requirement to verify identification documentation.

     

    13.Residents Demand Decriminalization of Sex Work and all drug substances.

     

    14.Residents Demand prisoner inmates not be sent out of state for incarceration and that local jails be de privatized non profits and be centers focused on restorative justice and rehabilitation mission statements.

     

    15.Residents demand no aide be denied based on Veteran status and duty post release of all internationally deployed soldiers to Decolonize American Imperialism. Vermont refuses production of nuclear/atomic bombs and resists invasion in defense.

     

    16.Residents Demand rape convictions be sentenced to any punishment method of the survivors


    ; including a death sentence. If the convict has been found guilty of committing serial rape, they shall be publicly humiliated by cruel and unusual punishment to suffer painful torture afflicted for an extended period of time before allowed mercy of death.

     

    17.Residents Demand School Tuition Coverage and career investment debt interest cancellation

     

    18.Residents Demand paid full and part time employment options with complete insurance benefits plus sick leave, excused birthing abscense, and vacation coverage, plus driving Id license provisions with state maintained vehicles for ethnic minority ethic committees designated to every administrative agency to further empower diversity in population development to counteract white colonial supremacy to present transparent gender, sexuality, and ethnic eugenics educational events, bias preference discrimination awareness, advising and protecting available safe space as conflict resolution mediators, and anti bullying programming to promote plurality inclusivity programs requiring all staff observation and participatory attendance.

     

    19.Residents Demand 24 hour available transportation service in every county.

     

    20.Residents Demand Ban on businesses supplying carry out handled plastic bags.

     

    21.Residents Demand Mandatory state wide zero sort recycling and composting.

     

    22.Residents Demand Ban on all fracking infrastructure.

     

    23.Residents Demand Ban on international imports from unethical slavery; including but not limited to offending industrial factory, agriculture, or corporations under complaint.

     

    24.Residents Demand businesses whom have been cited for pollution to desist pollution practices regardless of fees charged, environmental safety denies businesses to pay bribes to continue polluting.

     

    25.Residents Demand Sheriff department offering relief of abuse to non domestic partners in shared household residences.

     

    26.Residents Demand Licensed Counselor Professionals not require supervision from Psychiatrists.

     

    27.Residents Demand Hate Groups to not gather.

     

    28.Residents Demand secure funding granted for each county to hold at least one annual parade festival requiring businesses schedules to accommodate workers right to attend.

     

    29.Residents Demands national and state recognition of emancipation for minors. Local applicants with critical need to escape conditions causing failure to thrive must be supervised by DCF whose regulations must deny guardianship appeals of decision outcome, make no exception to ever reinstate an adolescent to return to guardianship, and must permit youth under the age of 18 appeal opportunities to plea without pressure or coercion for alternative choice preferences of consented custody responsibilities between never sexually related individuals. If the person under 18 becomes sexually involved with, harassed, abused, raped, or assaulted by a guardian, the pervert terminates granted custody status rights immediately and DCF must be notified ASAP on how to reconcile the adolescent as Independent or recognize a mutually consensual appointment of a new guardian.

     

    30.Residents Demand High school curriculum require an independent research and debate class and critical analysis of the Art of War and the Anarchist Cook Book.


    31.The World Demands the impeachment of the Trump Regime and presidential re election with banishment of the Electoral College from assembling participation and to be imprisoned for treason when found to be conspiring practice.

     

    32. Residents Demand absolute advancements acknowledging validation of all Indigenous Sovereignty Treaty Respects and deliverance of reparations for Native, POC, LGBTQAI+, and under privileged exploits surviving inter generational democide.


    33.Residents Demand democratic representative positions immediately cooperate with these civil law policy amendments. Intersectionalist movements will enforce full government compliance to expedite modernizing preexisting terms of legalities by occupying any means necessary, free of risk from mercenary interruption or by police intervention or arrest in protest demonstrations whenever politicians fail to be an ally in solidarity with these causes.
  • Marty Fogel
    posted about this on Facebook 2018-01-23 12:08:05 -0500
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  • Martin Fogel
    signed 2018-01-23 12:07:07 -0500
    MARTIN H FOGEL
  • John Rosenblum
    signed 2018-01-22 07:22:21 -0500
  • Brian Holm
    signed 2018-01-21 21:56:30 -0500
  • Fletcher Dean
    signed 2018-01-21 21:49:48 -0500
  • anna caleb
    signed 2018-01-21 19:28:57 -0500
  • Toni Morgan, RN
    signed 2018-01-21 19:11:30 -0500
  • Tricia Leone
    signed 2018-01-15 22:04:59 -0500
  • Marit Young
    signed 2018-01-15 17:41:01 -0500
  • Lesley Palmer
    signed 2018-01-15 08:52:46 -0500
  • Allison Beach
    posted about this on Facebook 2017-12-29 12:25:33 -0500
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  • Allison Beach
    signed 2017-12-29 12:25:16 -0500
  • Judy and Michael Olinick
    signed 2017-11-27 21:34:38 -0500
  • Pat Michelson
    signed 2017-10-21 13:56:56 -0400
  • Martha Harris
    signed 2017-10-13 09:18:38 -0400
  • Judi Daly
    signed 2017-10-01 13:28:01 -0400
  • Ron Horton
    signed 2017-10-01 12:04:06 -0400
    Ron Horton, American Independent candidate for State Senate in Essex/Orleans counties.
  • Helene Martin
    posted about this on Facebook 2017-10-01 11:49:32 -0400
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  • Joel Trupin
    signed 2017-10-01 10:30:42 -0400
    Health care is a right, not a privilege, provided to all by governments without cost. Private corporations must not enrich themselves through the process of providing health care.
  • Bill and Susan Cobleigh
    signed 2017-10-01 10:12:40 -0400
  • Cheryl Herrick
    signed 2017-10-01 10:05:41 -0400
    Cheryl Herrick
  • Neily Jennings
    signed 2017-09-07 10:26:11 -0400
  • Eric Warren
    signed 2017-09-03 10:49:57 -0400
  • Mary Gemignani
    signed 2017-09-02 20:36:25 -0400
  • Jacquelyn Tuxill
    signed 2017-09-01 13:38:46 -0400
  • Steve Hill
    signed 2017-08-24 05:31:01 -0400

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