Single Payer Now

Posted: Nov 1st, 2011


Collect SB 810 Postcards

When: Thursday, November 3, 2011
Where: LA & SF, CA

We hope you can help us collect postcards for SB 810, the California Universal Healthcare Act.  SB 810 removes the insurance industry from our lives, while more importantly delivers comprehensive healthcare to all Californians.  Our postcards ask Governor Brown to support SB 810.

In San Francisco on Thursday, Nov. 3 at 10:30 a.m., join us at Occupy SF at Market and the Embarcadero. Contact cell phone is 415–810-5826.   The California Nurses Assn. is sponsoring a march to Tax Wall St.   They will lead a march to the Well Fargo bank headquarters at 464 California.

Join the Nurses in Los Angeles, on Thursday Nov. 3 at 11:00 a.m., gather at Occupy LA, the corner of Main Street  and 2nd street downtown.  Call 323–316-8933 for more info.

Announcement from NNU:

Nurses Leading November 3
International Day of Action to Tax Wall Street

Rallies in Washington, D.C., G-20 summit in France, San Francisco, L.A.

The human cost of Wall Street’s reckless behavior is staggering. As caregivers, RNs are on the front lines every day, witnessing families struggling to cope with the aftermath of denied healthcare, lost homes, lost jobs, educational debt, and lost futures.

On Thursday, November 3, nurses will hold major actions across the U.S., and in Cannes, France (site of the G-20 summit) to demand that President Obama publicly support a Financial Transaction Tax on Wall Street to help pay for the damage they’ve done to Main Street. It’s time Wall Street paid their fair share of the cost to heal America. Read the press release.

Even if you can’t join us at the actions planned in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, or San Francisco, your voice is still needed.


Call the White House today at 202–456-1111
Tell President Obama to pass a Financial Transaction Tax

Sign the Online Petition
Join the chorus of millions of voices calling for a Tax on Wall Street

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