We’re kicking off the new year with a lot of exciting organizing work to advance our movement for Medicare for All, and we can’t wait to tell you more about it! Can you join us Tuesday, January 31, at 5:00pm PT/8:00pm ET to learn more about our upcoming plans and how you can help us build support for Medicare for All?
Tuesday, January 31
5:00pm PT/8:00pm ET
We made significant progress last year with the first-ever hearing on Medicare for All in the U.S. Senate, a dozen candidates who ran on Medicare for All and won their elections, 70 candidates and elected officials who took the Patients Over Profits Pledge, and more.
And conditions are ripe for more historic progress in 2023. With Senator Bernie Sanders set to take over as chair of the crucial Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee next month, the health care industry is scared that they won’t have the influence they once did over powerful lawmakers.1
That’s good for us — our movement is in a better position than ever before to gain support for Medicare for All in Congress, and it’s on us to build on our organizing efforts in advance of the reintroduction of the House and Senate bills this year.
We have a lot of exciting plans coming this year, and we can’t wait for you to get involved, Michael. We hope you’ll join us to continue pushing to gain new cosponsors, help move the national single-payer movement forward, and stand up to corporate influence in our politics. Come to the call on January 31 to learn more.
Dr. Abdul El-Sayed will be joining our national organizing call tomorrow night to talk about the importance of our fight to pass Medicare for All!
Abdul is a physician, epidemiologist, and public servant, and the incoming director of Wayne County’s Department of Health, Human & Veterans Services, serving 1.8 million residents of Michigan’s largest and most diverse county. He ran on a platform of Medicare for All in his campaign for Michigan governor in 2018, is the author of Medicare for All: A Citizen’s Guide, and testified in the first ever Senate Medicare for All hearing last May alongside our very own Executive Director, Bonnie Castillo, RN. He is an expert on public health, and we’re thrilled that he is part of our movement for Medicare for All.
We have a lot of exciting plans coming this year, and we can’t wait for you to get involved, Michael. Will you RSVP to join our national call tomorrow night to hear from Dr. Abdul El-Sayed and dive into our organizing plans?
Tuesday, January 31
5:00pm PT/ 8:00pm ET
Our movement is in a better position than ever to gain support for Medicare for All in Congress. Our organizing efforts are going to be critical to the reintroduction of the House and Senate bills. Now we have to take action.
We’re going to need your help to continue pushing to gain new cosponsors, help move the national single-payer movement forward, and stand up to corporate influence in our politics. RSVP now for tomorrow night’s call.
See you there,
Nurses’ Campaign to Win Medicare for All