Calls to Congress have tapered off.
Get going again with calls opposing Senate Republican health bill. Follow these directions and get friends across the country to do so.
Things are heating up on the Hill.
Last Thursday, former FBI Director James Comey testified that Trump demanded that he make the FBI’s investigation into Russian election interference disappear.
The very same day, House Republicans voted to repeal the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act — a move that will open Main Street to more predatory behavior from Wall Street if it becomes law.
And that’s not all. Republican Senators are working to repeal the Affordable Care Act and Trump’s introduced a disastrous infrastructure plan that will leave our nation’s roads and bridges in disrepair while giving away millions to his contractor buddies.
There’s a lot of evil coming down the pipeline — we must be prepared to stop it all.
The call will be hosted by Anna Galland, executive director of MoveOn.org Civic Action.
We’ll also be joined by:
- Noah Bookbinder, executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, will speak to the very latest developments in the pursuit of the truth about Trump from demanding an independent commission and tracking the work of Special Counsel Mueller, and a new lawsuit taking on Trump’s conflicts of interest.
- Ben Wikler, Washington director for MoveOn, will share the latest on Republican efforts to pass a new, secret wealthcare bill, and share the game plan for defeating it before they rush i through the Senate.
- Lindsay Farrell, director of the Connecticut Working Families Party, will share how the Millions of Jobs coalition is pushing a progressive alternative to Trump’s looming infrastructure scam.
- Mary Moreno, communications director with the Texas Organizing Project, and Jose Garza, executive director of the Workers Defense Project, will share their story of fighting state efforts to undermine sanctuary cities and discuss how we can all take action at home.
Template letters for Single Payer
For the New York State Single-Payer Health Care Bill
Contact Terence Murphy to support the NY Health Act (A4078/S4840) @ firstname.lastname@example.org 518-455-3111 (Albany), 845-225-3025 (Carmel) and 914-962-2624 (Shrub Oak)
Contact Governor Cuomo @ 518-474-8390 to apply pressure to get the NYS Single Payer Bill out of committee.
NY Health Act Teleconference, Tuesday, April 25 , 8:00 PM-9:00 PM. To register: Go to www.nyhcampaign.org/calendar and scroll to the bottom of the page. You can also access this link from the event calendar on the home page of our website.