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Big Pharma CEO pay versus median income. PNHP

Big Pharma CEO pay. [28].

Patrick Stewart
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii

Democrat Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii.

Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau

Trump and Trudeau.
Canada is great.

Universal health coverage. Not a radical idea

It’s Time For Single-Payer Healthcare.

Median net worth of U.S. households over time

Middle class decline. See Wikipedia. Just 8 men own same wealth as half the world. See: Drug war, control, and Republican-led income inequality. Wikipedia: Trickle-down economics.

Life expectancy versus health expenditure over time. 1970-2014

Life expectancy versus health expenditure.

USA. The highest drug prices in the world

Source. Bernie Sanders.

Mexican Congress approves use of medical marijuana. Goes to President to be signed into law. [204]. And: The booming business of cannabis in Spain. Article and video. [205].

2017 Global Marijuana March. And: Cannabis Festivals 2017-2018 | Man, I'm hungry. | Everfest. And: Republican Roger Goodell Thinks Marijuana Is ‘Addictive’ And Bad For NFL Players. He’s Wrong. [206][207]. And: Rachael Leigh Cook of "your brain on drugs" turns around and exposes the drug war with new video. And: Epilepsy takes life of a young cannabis advocate.

Philippines' President Duterte’s ‘kill drug addicts’ job ‘plan’ is bizarre.[208]. And: 'Mass murder' complaint filed against him at International Criminal Court. And: Criminal Charges For Georgia Police Officers punching and kicking handcuffed marijuana user in the head. [209][210][211].

Poll: Bernie Sanders is most popular U.S. politician [212]. And: Bernie Sanders And Democrats Introduce A New $15 Minimum Wage Bill. And: When Trump was an independent, like Bernie Sanders, and more logical, Trump supported Single-Payer. And: Much better healthcare in Canada, Britain, France. I had a health crisis in France. I’m here to tell you that ‘socialized medicine’ is terrific. [213][214][215][216][217]. And: Medical marijuana could save Medicaid $1 billion in prescription drug costs. [218][219]. And: West Virginia becomes 29th state to legalize medical marijuana. [220][221]. And: Republican Governor of Iowa, Terry Branstad, rolls back local minimum wage increases in Iowa.

The 'unimaginable' premium hikes of Trumpcare 2.0 for people with pre-existing conditions. And: Republicans To Vote To Take Away Health Care For Those Tens of Millions. [222][223][224]. And: Poll: Trump, Democrats and Republicans all unpopular.

More Than Half of American Adults Have Tried Pot. [225]. Among current users: 14% Republican, 43% Democrats, 42% independents. And: USA. Marijuana legalization support at all-time high. [226]. And: Smoke pot in Oregon? Your name now protected from feds. And: New Mexico's Republican governor vetoes a bill that would have allowed medical marijuana for opioid addiction. And: She also vetoed the 911 Good Samaritan Overdose Prevention Bill. And: Idaho's Republican governor vetoes a broadly-supported asset forfeiture reform bill.

Canada is poised to approve a law legalizing marijuana nationwide. [227][228][229][230]. And: French election: 4 of the 5 main presidential candidates support cannabis reform. Far-right Marine LePen opposes. And: Patrick Stewart Reveals He Uses Marijuana Daily To Help With Arthritis Symptoms.

Bernie Sanders To Introduce Single-Payer Health Care Bill In Senate. And: For The First Time Ever, The Federal Government Is Referring To Marijuana As Medicine. And: Bernie Sanders: Americans pay highest prices for pharmaceutical drugs in the world. And: Canada has universal health care, and higher minimum wage than the US.

The disease killing white Americans goes way deeper than opioids. [231][232][233]. And: Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Calls For Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition. And: Trump's Health Care Plan Could Exacerbate Opioid Epidemic, But Medical Marijuana Could Help. [234][235]. And: Former premiers and Australian police chiefs call for drug decriminalisation. [236]. And: NPR: Former Drug Czar Says GOP Health Bill Would Cut Access To Addiction Treatment.

17,000 more people annually could die in 2018 if Trumpcare becomes law. 14 million more people uninsured in 2018. 24 million in 2026. 29,000 more dead annually in 2026. Single-Payer for California. Great healthcare for half the cost of Trumpcare. And: Canada: Show health card, get free care. and The $0 Alternative To Trumpcare. See chart below. USA versus top ten healthiest nations. Vancouver's top doctor to Trudeau: Decriminalize all illicit drugs, now. Using Portugal's model. [237][238]. End drug war with universal healthcare. List of countries with universal health care.

USA versus top ten healthiest countries 2

 Wikipedia country lists: Life expectancy. And: Total health expenditure per capita.

Quinnipiac poll: 71% oppose enforcing federal marijuana laws in states where the drug is legal. And: Canada. Human rights board orders insurer to pay medical marijuana costs in precedent-setting case [239].

Bernie Sanders wins CNN healthcare debate with Ted Cruz.
Country Life expectancy Infant mortality rate Healthcare cost per person
(2). (US dollars. PPP)
Murder rate
per 100,000
Canada 82.2 years.(2) 4.9 per 1000 births. $4,608 in 2015 1.5
USA 79.3 years.(2) 6.5 per 1000 births. $9,451 in 2015 3.9

No deductibles on basic Canadian health care. Co-pays are extremely low or non-existent. And: Canada passes US in middle-class wealth. Median after-tax middle-class income in Canada is higher. [240]. One reason why: Canadians pay so much less for far better healthcare.

Single-Payer Healthcare. [241]. Higher life expectancy at half the cost. And: Save $1.6 trillion out of $3.2 trillion spent on US healthcare in 2015. How?: Canadian single-payer healthcare, and Portuguese drug decriminalization and treatment. And: Save more via less incarceration. And: Prescriptions are free in Scotland, Wales, N. Ireland. Vs. USA. [242]. And: No personal medical debt in single-payer countries. And: Canada has higher minimum wage.

Repealing the Affordable Care Act will kill more than 43,000 people annually, and 30 million will lose their healthcare coverage. Physicians for a National Health Program. And: A Trump Fan Cheering Obamacare Repeal Just Found Out He’s On Obamacare. Hilarity Ensues. And: 15 charts that show how Obamacare works now — and how Republicans would overhaul it.
Will 2018 midterm elections remove Republicans? 2017-18 ballot issues: marijuana and minimum wage.

2017, 2016, 2015 Global Marijuana March. Crowd photos.

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Norway 2004 MMM

Norway 2004 MMM

Argentina 2004 MMM

Argentina 2004 MMM

Global Marijuana March animated See also: 2004 GMM graphics, basic 2004 city list, and detailed 2004 city list.

165 cities signed up for the Saturday, May 1, 2004 Global Marijuana March from 31 countries.

Click the map to go to the city list below by region:
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  1. Cape Town, South Africa

Asia Edit

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  1. Tel Aviv, Israel

Russia Edit

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Russia is in both Asia and Europe.

  1. Moscow, Russia

Europe Edit

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  1. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  2. Basel, Switzerland
  3. Bergen, Norway
  4. Berne, Switzerland
  5. Biel/Bienne, Switzerland
  6. Birmingham, England, UK
  7. Bratislava, Slovakia
  8. Budapest, Hungary
  9. Buenos Aires, Argentina
  10. Cape Town, South Africa
  11. Cologne, Germany
  12. Darmstadt, Germany
  13. Dublin, Ireland
  14. Dunedin, New Zealand
  15. Frankfurt, Germany
  16. Geneva, Switzerland
  17. Helsinki, Finland
  18. Hull, England, UK
  19. Kristiansand, Norway
  20. Lausanne, Switzerland
  21. Leipzig, Germany
  22. London, England, UK
  23. Lucerne, Switzerland
  24. Luxembourg (city), Luxembourg
  25. Madrid, Spain
  26. Moscow, Russia
  27. Nicosia, Cyprus
  28. Osaka, Japan
  29. Oslo, Norway
  30. Oulu, Finland
  31. Paris, France
  32. Pilsen (or Plzen), Czech Republic
  33. Potsdam, Germany
  34. Poznan, Poland
  35. Prague, Czech Republic
  36. Rome, Italy
  37. Rostock, Germany
  38. Sapporo, Japan
  39. Stavanger, Norway
  40. Stockholm, Sweden
  41. Tel Aviv, Israel
  42. The Hague, Netherlands
  43. Tokyo, Japan
  44. Trondheim, Norway
  45. Turku, Finland
  46. Warsaw, Poland
  47. Zurich, Switzerland

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  1. Auckland, New Zealand
  2. Christchurch, New Zealand
  3. Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
  4. Dunedin, New Zealand
  5. Levin, New Zealand
  6. Napier, New Zealand
  7. Nimbin, New South Wales, Australia
  8. Wellington, New Zealand

Latin America Edit

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  1. Buenos Aires, Argentina
  2. Leon, Mexico
  3. Maracaibo, Venezuela
  4. Mexico City, Mexico
  5. Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil
  6. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  7. Rosario, Argentina
  8. Santiago, Chile
  9. Sao Paulo, Brazil

Nearby islands Edit

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  1. Kingston, Jamaica
  2. San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Canada Edit

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  1. Acton, Ontario, Canada
  2. Athabasca, Alberta, Canada
  3. Brantford, Ontario, Canada
  4. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
  5. Hearst, Ontario, Canada
  6. Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
  7. Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  8. Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
  9. Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, Canada
  10. Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
  11. Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada
  12. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  13. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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  1. Albany, New York, USA
  2. Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
  3. Amherst, Massachusetts, USA
  4. Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
  5. Athens, Georgia, USA
  6. Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  7. Austin, Texas, USA
  8. Bakersfield, California, USA
  9. Boone, North Carolina, USA
  10. Buffalo, New York, USA
  11. Burlington, Vermont, USA
  12. Cape Town, South Africa
  13. Chicago, Illinois, USA
  14. Chico, California, USA
  15. Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
  16. Cleveland, Ohio, USA
  17. Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
  18. Columbia, South Carolina, USA
  19. Columbus, Ohio, USA
  20. Daingerfield, Texas, USA
  21. Dallas, Texas, USA
  22. Dayton, Ohio, USA
  23. Des Moines, Iowa, USA
  24. Detroit, Michigan, USA
  25. Dover, Delaware, USA
  26. Eau Claire, Wisconsin, USA
  27. Eugene, Oregon, USA
  28. Fairbanks, Alaska, USA
  29. Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA
  30. Flint, Michigan, USA
  31. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
  32. Gunnison, Colorado, USA
  33. Hilo, Hawaii, USA
  34. Houston, Texas, USA
  35. Kansas City, Missouri, USA
  36. Lansing, Michigan, USA
  37. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
  38. Lebanon, Pennsylvania, USA
  39. Lexington, Kentucky, USA
  40. Lima, Ohio, USA
  41. Los Angeles, California, USA
  42. Marysville, California, USA
  43. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
  44. Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  45. Missoula, Montana, USA
  46. Montpelier, Vermont, USA
  47. Nashville, Tennessee, USA
  48. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  49. New Paltz, New York, USA
  50. New York City, New York, USA
  51. Newark, Delaware, USA
  52. Newton, Kansas, USA
  53. Ogden, Utah, USA
  54. Orlando, Florida, USA
  55. Paducah, Kentucky, USA
  56. Parkersburg, West Virginia, USA
  57. Peoria, Illinois, USA
  58. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
  59. Phoenix, Arizona, USA
  60. Portland, Maine, USA
  61. Portland, Oregon, USA
  62. Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
  63. Rapid City, South Dakota, USA
  64. Reno, Nevada, USA
  65. Richmond, Virginia, USA
  66. Roanoke, Virginia, USA
  67. Rockford, Illinois, USA
  68. Sacramento, California, USA
  69. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
  70. San Diego, California, USA
  71. San Francisco, California, USA
  72. San Marcos, Texas, USA
  73. Savannah, Georgia, USA
  74. South Bend, Indiana, USA
  75. Spokane, Washington, USA
  76. Springfield, Missouri, USA
  77. St. Louis, Missouri, USA
  78. Tallahassee, Florida, USA
  79. Tampa, Florida, USA
  80. Traverse City, Michigan, USA
  81. Tucson, Arizona, USA
  82. Tupelo, Mississippi, USA
  83. Upper Lake, California, USA
  84. Ventura, California, USA
  85. Visalia, California, USA
  86. Washington, DC, USA
  87. Wichita, Kansas, USA
  88. Wilmington, Delaware, USA
  89. Yuba City, California, USA

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