Single Payer Now

Posted: Feb 24th, 2011


Mailing Party

When: Saturday, February 26, 2011
Where: San Francisco, CA

When: 11am to 5pm Sat. Feb.26th

Where: 531 Grove St. San Francisco, 94102
( at the corner of Octavis – 21 Hayes Bus – 5 blocks west of  Civic Center BART and MUNI  )

I hope you can attend our mailing party this Saturday between 11am and 5pm.  The mailing will build our March 6 meeting in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles meeting is an exciting opportunity to build our single payer campaign in Los Angeles. See details below.

Please let us know if you can help, and what times you are available.

If you are unable to attend the mailing, but would like to to contribute, click here.

or send a contribution to:

Single Payer Now
PO Box 460622
San Francisco, CA 94146

I hope to see you Saturday.  Enjoy great orange juice, snacks, and most importantly, the company of the best people on our planet.

Thank you,

Don Bechler
Chair – Single Payer Now

For more information, send email.  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)

Prospects for Single Payer Healthcare in the Wake of National Healthcare “Reform”

Since the passage of national healthcare reform, will the need
for universal healthcare minus the insurance companies be placed
on the back burner?  Is the national legislation adequate
enough to solve our healthcare crisis, and should we defend it?

2pm Sun. March 6

3655 South Grand Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90007

At Mercado La Paloma –plentiful free parking!

From the 110 North, take the Exposition Blvd. exit. Turn right on 37th and take the first left onto Grand.

From the 110 South, take the Exposition Blvd. exit. Stay in the left-hand lane and head south on Flower. Take a left on 37th and merge right to go straight past Hope Street. Take the next left onto Grand Avenue.

Bus: Broadway / 36th 40, 42, 45


Quentin Young, MD, National Coordinator– Physicians for a National Health Program

Sponsored by Single Payer Now & Physicians for a National Health Program– California

For more information please call 323–316-8933 or email here.   (lisaatsinglepayernowdotnet)

Healthcare Yes!! Insurance Companies No!

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