Town Hall Meeting for Healthcare Reform

by | Jun 2, 2009 | POLITICS








Richmond’s Prescription for Change: Fix Healthcare Now!

Soaring healthcare costs are draining the budgets of families, small businesses, state and local governments. To get our economy back on track, we must address our healthcare crisis by guaranteeing everyone access to quality, affordable health coverage.

Fixing our healthcare system will save us money when we increase quality! Come hear details from a new report showing the value of comprehensive, meaningful healthcare reform. Come share your experience, and have an opportunity to have your questions on healthcare reform answered.

Come to Richmond’s Town Hall Meeting for Healthcare Reform. At this moderated open forum, YOU will have an opportunity to share your experiences, express YOUR problems with the current healthcare system, and work together to create solutions!

Thursday, June 4, 2009
6:30 – 8:00 pm
Sacred Heart Community Center
1400 Perry St.
Richmond, VA 23224

For more info visit www.changethatworks.net/va or call Aaron Samsel (804) 402-6226
This Townhall is cosponsored by SEIU Change that Works and the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy

Matt Ringer

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