The election of Scott Brown was not a referendum on health care reform. When it comes to the need to make good health care affordable, nothing is different today than it was yesterday.
We need health care reform to ensure that the 47 million uninsured Americans–2.2 million adults in New York–have access to quality, affordable health care!
Read The New Republic’s Treament blog on how Speaker Pelosi is not panicking and neither should Democrats.
Tune in Tonight!
Tune in to hear HCFANY members Eesha Pandit, Director of Advocacy for Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need, and Mark Scherzer, Legislative Counsel for New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage discuss what to make of this recent event and where we go from here–tonight, Wed. Jan. 20, at 7:30 p.m.
The program will be shown on cable TV channels in Manhattan on Ch. 56 (Time-Warner) or Ch. 83 (RCN). It may also streamed live online from anywhere at www.mnn.org