Two healthcare events: virtual town hall tonight, MaineAllCare webinar Friday


I just found out about these two online meetings:
——— The virtual health care town hall flier: drive.google.com/file/d/1gGfn9U6_Fx98fApq8BoQG2vCGAzChFXW/view
This Wednesday, July 29, 7:30 – 8:30 pm. Please come, invite others, and spread the word!
Join the livestream on the Maine PPC’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pg/maineppc/events/
This event will focus on how the pandemic is exposing the failures of our current health insurance system and is being organized in connection with the Maine Poor People’s Campaign, which advocates for universal health care as well as many other social justice needs. Valerie Dornan vdornan@maineallcare.org —————————-
and this one:
—————————- Topic: Improved Medicare for All: Universal Single-Payer Health Care webinar
Time: Jul 31, 2020 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Description: Series description: Independent Green candidate for U.S. Senate Lisa Savage is convening a series of policy-focused webinars this summer, “The Way Forward,” that bring together policy and subject-matter experts from Maine and around the country to have substantive discussions about solving some of our country’s most difficult policy issues, with opportunity for questions and discussion.
Part 3: Join former Green congressional candidate and universal healthcare advocate Dr. Margaret Flowers, Maine AllCare’s Dr. Bill Clark, and recovery and harm reduction advocate Glenn Simpson, in the 3rd of our “The Way Forward” series of webinars, moderated by Lisa Savage, candidate for U.S. Senate. “Improved Medicare for All: Universal Single-Payer Health Care,” will explore the failing “health insurance system” and the growing demand for a health care system that puts people over profit.
Registration: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/5015958757513/WN_KPQgyXo1Tv65WazmLLaqtw —————————-
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