Due to a last-minute change of plans (and a snafu with the permits) the location of HCFANY’s New York City rally to respond to the forthcoming Supreme Court ruling has been changed to Foley Square in lower Manhattan. All other locations remain the same.
It’s getting close! If you havent already, please be sure to check out the locations and times of the events scheduled around the state and plan to attend the one in your area. For now, it looks like all events will be taking place this Thursday, 6/28.
Be there or be square!
June 28th HCFANY Statewide Events to Respond to the Supreme Court Ruling: Will the Supreme Court Affirm the Right to Health Care in America?
Featured speakers will include public officials, advocates, community and labor leaders, and everyday New Yorkers telling their own stories about what the Affordable Care Act means for them and their families.
Albany: 3:00 PM at the Capital (State Street side). Contact Bob Cohen at firstname.lastname@example.org or (518) 465-4600 x104 for more info.
Binghamton: 4:00 PM at the Federal Building, 15 Henry Street. Contact Mary Clark at email@example.com or (607) 723-0110 for more info.
Buffalo: 3:00 PM in the lobby of Congressman Higgins’ office, 726 Exchange Street. Contact Natalie Luczkowiak at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 855-1522 x2 for more info.
Cortland: 5:00 PM at the U.S. Post Office, 88 Main Street. Contact Janet Steck at email@example.com or (607) 749-7016 for more info.
New York City: New Location! 5:30 PM (assemble at 5:15 pm) in Foley Square in lower Manhattan, across from the Federal Courthouse at the African American Burial Ground Monument (Take 4, 5, 6, J, M, N, or R trains to City Hall-Brooklyn Bridge stations). Contact Mark Hannay at firstname.lastname@example.org or (917) 318-5008 for more info.
Syracuse: 4:00 PM at the Federal Building, 100 Clinton Street. Contact Lanika Mabrey at email@example.com or (315) 435-2480.
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