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July 28, 2009

Marc Laitin, AFL-CIO Online Mobilization For Real Healthcare Reform

Marc Laitin, AFL-CIO Online Mobilization

Dear Activist,

Our all-out push for real health care reform continues—we can’t afford for Congress to wait any longer.

We need to fix our broken health care system with a reform bill that provides a quality public health insurance option, calls on employers to pay their fair share and doesn’t ask workers to pay more for what they already have.

This is the moment we’ve been waiting for. The time is now, and we need a few minutes of your time today to make sure Congress acts now. Call on your representative to support real health care reform today.

Call your representative toll free today: 1-877-702-0976

Across the country as a part of a nationwide call-in day, tens of thousands of activists like you are calling their representatives demanding real health care reform with the following three conditions:

-A quality public health insurance option.
-Requirements that all employers pay their fair share.
-No taxation of workers’ benefits.

This is a historic opportunity to fix our broken health care system, and we need every member of Congress to understand this. Working together, we can make sure everyone in America has access to quality, affordable health care.

Call and tell your representative to support real health care reform: 1-877-702-0976

It’s absolutely critical that you call today. Insurance company lobbyists and the Chamber of Commerce are doing everything they can to slow down the process and ultimately kill reform. Don’t let them block reform. The time for waiting is done. We want quality and accessible health care for all NOW. Call your representative today.

In solidarity,

Marc Laitin
AFL-CIO Online Mobilization Coordinator

P.S. We voted for change last November. Now it’s time for Congress to deliver real health care reform. Call your representative today!

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