Single Payer Now

Posted: Aug 24th, 2011


Report Back on Vermont’s Single Payer Movement

When: Sunday, September 18, 2011
Where: Los Angeles, CA

On May 26, Vermont’s Governor Shumlin signed legislation that will lead to single payer healthcare by 2017. The Vermont Worker’s Center, Physicians for a National Health Program, and the AFL-CIO will discuss the healthcare movement in Vermont at the board meeting of the Healthcare Now! on August 28 in Burlington, Vermont.

When: Sunday, Sept. 18th  at 2 p.m.

Where: At Mercado La Paloma 3655 South Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Directions: 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 / 36, 40, 42, 45

For more information: please call 323–316-8933 or email lisaatsinglepayernowdotnet

Reader Comments

I support single payer health care. If California goes the initiative route in getting it passed, I would ask that the parts that allow for co-payments and deductables be removed before it is circulated. Unfortunately, the bill making its way through the legislature allows for the use of deductables and co-payments. It would be good if they were droppped from the bill. Hint, hint.

C. T. Weber #

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