We will keep at this till our Blue Dogs Support a strong Public Option – Sunday, July 18th 6-9 New time and Location below
ACTION ALERT! Call Blue Dog Dems In California Who Threaten To Derail Health Care Reform!
We have three Blue Dog Democrats right here in California who signed on to join forces with Republicans against health care reform. We need to let them know that this is unacceptable.
Call them now. Tell them that Health Care is a basic human right. And that we will settle for nothing less than a strong public option that’s available to ALL Americans on Day One, accountable to Congress, and which can bargain for lower rates with drug companies and providers.
Joe Baca (CA-43)
Dennis Cardoza (CA-18)
Jim Costa (CA-20)
*Great news! Rep. Adam Schiff is now on record as supporting a public option! A statement from his office:
Rep. Schiff has favored a robust public option for some time now, and in fact, has written House leadership to express his support for the inclusion of a public option which has access to the Medicare provider network. Rep. Schiff believes that a strong public option will provide significant cost-savings and is an essential piece of any comprehensive health care reform bill.
for the 10,000 call challenge
Sunday, July 18, 2009
2:00pm – 6:00pm
Church in Ocean Park
|Street:||235 Hill St.|
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Please bring your cell phone and charger.
It’s imperative that activists do everything we can to get the best health care bill possible out of Congress! We will be phone banking to constituents in those California districts who have members who are writing health care reform legislation.
We need your help, so if you can organize a phone bank, contact Laura Velkei at firstname.lastname@example.org or Marta Evry at email@example.com.
Make your Declaration!
You affirm that Heath Care is a basic human right, not a privelege.
You support a strong public option as part of health care reform.
You support a public health care option that is available to ALL Americans on Day One. No “trigger”. No delay.
You support a public health care option that is national, available everywhere, and accountable to Congress.
You support a public health care option that can bargain for rates from providers and big drug companies.
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