Maryland Green Party U.S. Senate candidate Margaret Flowers spoke with Students for a National Health Program at Johns Hopkins University this week. The health professional students had gathered for the first meeting of a local chapter of the group.
Flowers said, “The most exciting part of the movement for healthcare justice is coming from students who understand we need a national health program that covers every person in the United States. … The students recognized that a single payer system, or Improved Medicare For All, is the solution needed to solve the U.S. healthcare crisis.”
Flowers and Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, who are both physicians, spoke with theREALnews about healthcare policy and the Democratic presidential race, the topic of a recent joint op-ed by the two.