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Home > Advocacy > Join The Divided We Fail Campaign > What is Divided We Fail?

 
 

What is Divided We Fail?

  • Divided We Fail is a an initiative built around the belief that all Americans should have access to affordable, quality health care and peace of mind about their future long-term financial security. It was born out of a deep frustration with the gridlock in Washington and recognition that our nation's lawmakers have been too busy playing political games to address our nation's health care crisis and the crumbling dream of retirement security.

  • Divided We Fail is centered on key principles, including making affordable, quality health care available for all, expanding job opportunities so people can better provide for their families and keep working and contributing to society as they get older, creating incentives to save for retirement, making prescription drugs more affordable for all, and strengthening Social Security.



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