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Sunday, July 16, 2017 from 4-6pm
Upset that you weren't able to take part in Mike Bishop's "roundtable meetings" or concerned about what the Republican AHCA will do to your health care? Want to find out what you can do to on the federal and state level to protect our health care system? Then this is the town hall for you! Join Indivisible Michigan District 8 and area residents as we ask unscripted questions and get straight answers to your health care concerns from Congressman Dan Kildee, State Representative Brian Elders and AHCA Policy Expert Charles Gaba on July 16th, 4PM at the Wildwood Amphitheater, 2590 Joslyn Rd, Lake Orion, Michigan 48360. Please RSVP by following this link:
Thursday, July 13, 2017 from 5-6pm
Thursday July 13th we will rally in front of Crittenton Hospital to show support for saving the Affordable Care Act. Speakers will include: - Diane Bright, AARP - Josephine Walker , RN. OPEIU Local 40 Union Vice President (Nurses Union for Crittenton Hospital) - Cheryl Herrmann, RN, JD, Nurse Attorney - Christopher Smith, PhD and JD, professor at MSU School of Criminal Justice This is a do or die moment for the Affordable Care Act and we need all the support we can get! TrumpCare is going to create devastating effects for ALL of us, so we MUST make our voices heard before the Senate passes one of the worst healthcare policies in our country's history. TrumpCare Details: The CBO score is in and TrumpCare is even worse than we feared 24 million Americans would lose coverage over the next 10 years—14 million in the first year alone 2 million Americans with employer-sponsored coverage would lose it by 2020; 7 million would lose it over 10 years Higher premiums, higher deductibles, and more out-of-pocket costs Insurance premiums would skyrocket by 20% by 2019 $880 billion in cuts to Medicaid funding while giving rich Americans and corporations a $592 billion tax cut For more information on the ACA and AHCA visit RSVP at