While the cost of health care is one of the overwhelming problems in the American health care system, short-term health plans do nothing to alter the underlying causes.
A first of it's kind to go to trail, the case was brought against Monsanto by Johnson, 46, a former pest control manager for a California country school system, who was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
The company attempted to censor and discredit anyone and anything that contradicted their business interests.
Taking away all of these protections will cost Americans upwards of $260 billion annually in climate, health, and fuel impacts.
"Even if you take the report's headline figures at face value, the picture it paints is that of an enormous bargain. We get to insure every single person in the country..."
But it would lower the total cost of health care.
The study warns up to 26,000 more people could die by suicide in the United States by 2050 if humans don’t reduce emissions of greenhouse gas pollution.
It’s time to end the corporate war on cancer science.