Saturday, October 14, 2017

Do you have concerns about your healthcare? Share your story! These AZ Legislators are ready to listen...

Do you have concerns about the Affordable Care Act and repeal attempts; about the future of Medicare and Medicaid; or about access to care or the cost of drugs?

Whether you are a patient or a provider, we want to hear your medical and health insurance stories. The LD9 and LD10 Legislators are holding an open mic forum in which we listen, you talk, and we all learn.

This is a free educational community event for residents of Pima County. It’s about listening and learning from each other. Senators David Bradley and Steve Farley and Representatives Kirsten Engel, Randy Friese, and Pamela Powers Hannley have confirmed their attendance. (Rep. Todd Clodfelter was invited but has a scheduling conflict.)

In the news, we hear what politicians and big corporations think should be done with our country’s overly complicated and extremely expensive health care system. At this event, the people of Southern Arizona will have an opportunity to tell us their stories and help shape future policy.  So mark your calendars for October 29, 2017 for the 200 Stories: Tucson Healthcare Forum. 

-Rep. Pamela Powers Hannley, MPH
Arizona House, LD9 in Tucson 

200 Stories: Tucson Healthcare Forum
October 29, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson,
4831 E. 22nd St. Tucson, AZ

Please take a few minutes to register with EventBrite by clicking here to make sure there are enough seats.

Watch Facebook and other social media for updates.

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