Single Payer Now

Posted: Jan 19th, 2014

Events

Annual Potluck to Thank our Volunteers

When: Saturday, April 12, 2014
Where: San Francisco, CA


Attend Single Payer Now’s Yearly Healthcare Potluck

To Thank Our Hundreds of Volunteers…

WHEN: Saturday, April 12th, from 3–5 PM, (please bring potluck dishes at 2:30)

WHERE: St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco, 1111 Gough St. @ Geary
(Easy Parking in the Cathedral Parking Lot)

More Info. and RSVP by calling 415–695-7891 OR email Don B.  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  

Featuring Presentations by:

Andy Coates – National President of Physicians for a National Health Program

Ben Day – National Organizing Director for Healthcare Now!

Ian Lewis – Research Director of UNITEHERE Local 2 speaking on boycotting of AT&T Park concessions in order to support workers contract dispute for healthcare and wages.

Judy Beck – Member of SEIU 1021 Single Payer Committee

Barry Hermanson – Green Party Candidate in support of HR 676

* Plus copies of Dr. Quentin Young’s memoirs,“Everybody In, Nobody Out: Memoirs of a Rebel Without a Pause.”


On the 2014 Campaign for HR 676 Healthcare Minus the Insurance Industry

HR 676, the Expanded and Improved Medicare for All act.  HR 676, sponsored by Congressman John Conyers Jr., has 55 co-sponsors.  HR 676 would remove the insurance companies from our lives and give everyone healthcare from birth to death.  HR 676 includes full dental, vision, and long term care.   HR 676 has no copays or deductibles, and would be paid from a national tax which would remove the need to pay insurance company premiums.

The removal of insurance companies from our lives would save Americans $400 billion a year. Under the best case scenario, the Congressional Budget Office estimated that the Affordable Care Act will still leave 3 million Californians without health insurance.

Come learn why single payer healthcare is so important & enjoy a great meal!

Download PDF of leaflet here: 2014 April 12 Potluck

Support the California Universal Healthcare Act

Support HR 676, the U.S. National Healthcare Act


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