Rewind Andrew McGuire and Deborah Burger | Show 300BO
This week’s show is an encore presentation originally aired September 19, 2010 featuring Andrew McGuire and Deborah Burger.Andrew is the creator of the California OneCare Campaign. The campaign is simple, single payer health care for all Californians. This discussion takes us back to the good old days when many of us thought nationwide single payer health care was a possibility. You won’t want to miss this discussion.Dan and Casey try to figure out if they want to join the TEA PARTY or simply have one. It might have to be the latter because there’s enough confusion to go around. Dan thinks its an all-girls club and Casey thinks they’re “too radical!” Now that’s a twist…RN Deborah Burger, one of the three National Nurses United co-presidents joins us. She will enlighten us about all kinds of issues that affect all of us…not just nurses and health care workers. On that note, what ever happened to “health care reform?”More to come…..next week we shall visit Queen Meg as she travels the state of California on her last ditch (we certainly don’t wish that on her) effort to win the governor’s seat. Oh if there is an election god….we’ll pay to pray if we have to!
Also in the coming weeks we will have a panel discussion about gay teen suicide and what resources are available to help teens and their parents. And we’ll talk with Cameron Harris our wiz kid from “In Range.” Cameron has type one diabetes and rather than sit back and let it have him–he took it on as a challenge to be shared with others—he created a podcast network and his show “In Range” gives helpful information and advice to others with type one diabetes. Check it out.
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Until next time remember “laughter is the best medicine!”