Single Payer Now

Posted: May 30th, 2011


Rally For Healthcare

When: Thursday, June 16, 2011
Where: San Francisco, CA

Join us on June 16th at the convention of the America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), San Francisco at 9am for a rally in support of  Medicare for All and against the insurance industry.

From June 15 to 17, the America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) will be meeting at San Francisco’s Moscone Convention Center.  These are the corporations who insure the healthy and avoid the sick.  Their Thursday, June 16 program features Presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty and Senator Tom Daschle.  These speakers oppose proposals that remove the health insurance industry from our healthcare system.

When: Thurs., June 16th from 9–11 a.m.

Where: San Francisco, Moscone Convention Center West- Howard St. @ 4th St. ( Powell St. BART/Muni)

For more information email here  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)   OR  call 415–695-7891. Don’t Buy the Snake Oil of Private Insurance!

Download PDF leaflet here.

The Following Organizations will be attending and mobilizing activists from all over the state to participate:

California Alliance for Retired Americans –100

Califonia Nurses Association –50

Healthcare for All — Contra Costa –10

Gray Panthers-SF –10

Green Party of Alameda County– 12

Wellstone Democratic Club –20

San Francisco Chinese Progressive Association-20

Santa Clara County Single Payer Healthcare Coalition –5

Single Payer Now –200

If your organization would like to make a pledge, please contact Single Payer Now at 415– 695– 7891 or email us.  (dbechleratvaluedotnet)  

Rally endorsed by:

Healthcare for All-CA, Physicians for a National Health Program, Older Women’s League (OWL)- S.F., Labor United for Universal Healthcare, ANSWER Coalition, California Health Professional Student Alliance, Democracy for America, OPEIU Local 3, San Francisco Labor Council, Unitarian Universalists for Peace-SF.

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Thanks for listening!


Patrick Killelea #

Right on! I’ll be there.

Fran Nowve #

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