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Moral Rally to Protect Health Care
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This rally is to provide moral witness and the message to our senators to vote “no” on the Graham-Cassidy repeal bill.

When: Monday, September 25
1:00 PM
Where: Capitol Hill
Washington, District of Columbia 
United States

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In the past year, UU ministers through out our region (and beyond) have taken part in Interfaith moral actions to demand that our elected leaders protect and extend health care for all.  Next week is another opportunity to provide moral witness to our elected leaders in Washington DC

Faith in Public Life has organized a “Moral Rally to Protect Health Care” on Capital Hill on Monday (Sept 25) at 1 p.m.  This rally is to provide moral witness and the message to our senators to vote “no” on the Graham-Cassidy repeal bill.

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Grace and Peace,
Amy Williams Clark

Below is the email message from Rev. Jennifer Butler, CEO of Faith in Public Life:

In July, people of faith didn’t sit idly by while millions of Americans stood at risk of losing their life-saving health care. We stepped up. We spoke out. And with God’s help, together we defeated the immoral bills and helped to preserve health care for millions of Americans.
Now it’s time to do it again. Senators Graham and Cassidy are trying to push through another “Trumpcare” before a critical September 30th deadline.
Join us on Capitol Hill on Monday, September 25th at 1 p.m. to demand that Senators do the right thing and vote “no” on the Graham-Cassidy repeal bill.
This bill would raise insurance rates catastrophically for some of the most vulnerable among us: the sick, the elderly and children. We have a moral imperative to fight for the health of our neighbor right now, before it’s too late.
Please join us at the Senate East Front at 1 p.m. on Monday to show that the faith community is watching. We expect them to do the right thing.
In Solidarity,
Rev. Jennifer Butler
CEO, Faith in Public Life
PS - If you haven’t already, please sign the faith community’s statement asking the Senate to do the right thing and build a health care system that works for everyone.

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