U2K The Universal Health Care 2000 Campaign
The U2K Campaign was founded in October 1999 by the Universal Health Care Action Network (UHCAN), the Gray Panthers and the National Council of Churches (NCC). Since then, the U2K Campaign has grown to include over 350 endorsing organizations, and thousands of individuals. The goal of the U2K Campaign is to achieve, through a democratic process, a national guarantee of comprehensive, affordable, accessible, quality and publicly accountable health care for all. In its first year, the U2K Campaign seeks to build a strong, broad base of support for the issue of universal health care, and to raise this as a major issue in the upcoming 2000 elections. If you are receiving this newsletter for the first time and your organization has not yet endorsed the campaign, we hope you will join us in building a nationwide, grassroots movement for universal health care.