Tsou explained to the diners, "The Supreme Court decision will have little effect on our struggle for single-payer healthcare, also called 'Improved Medicare-for-All.' We need single-payer healthcare if our nation is to solve the three major problems of the economy, unemployment and the deficit."
Tsou told Green Night Out, "Had we adopted single-payer healthcare 20 years ago, our national debt would be a surplus today. State and local governments are being weighed down by obligations for retiree health benefits. With single-payer healthcare, cities like
Tsou called single-payer healthcare "a practical, commonsense solution. It is a mainstream, centrist idea whose time has come." He went on to say, "If the medical-industrial complex continues to win, healthcare costs will continue to rise, and
Tsou is on the board of Healthcare for All PA, www.healthcare4allpa.org , and they have big plans for single-payer legislation in our Commonwealth.