Tag Archives: Michael Milligan

Single Payer: The ACA Will Not Silence Their Efforts

The noise from the national political right continues to promote: Elect us and we’ll repeal Obamacare. Again and again we see them try even now in the U.S. House of Representatives. Some Republican governors (Scott Walker in Wisconsin) garner headlines … Continue reading

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Mercy Killers: Play Moves To Ohio As Healthcare Debate Continues

Too often the pain and suffering (physical and monetary) of everyday people in this country is lost during a debate or discussion on healthcare. We are set to begin implementation nationwide of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and yet, despite … Continue reading

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Mercy Killers: The Drama of Real Life Health Care In The U.S.

Actor and play write Michael Milligan crystallizes the pain of our American health care system in his one person play Mercy Killers. Milligan walks us through the how and why he developed this thought-provoking play and his hopes for continued heath care reform that ultimately leads to single payer. Continue reading

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