Reminder: TONIGHT, Webinar/Call Medicare For All!

Dec 4, 2019

In solidarity,  Dr. Bill Honigman and Mike Hersh for Alan, Mike F., Dan, Janis, Deb, Kimberly, Bryan, and Donna—your PDA national team.

Join the Medicare For All (MFA)
Webinars Tonight and Next Week!


Please join Progressive Democrats of America (PDA) on the next coalition Medicare For All Resolutions webinar hosted by Public Citizen TONIGHT, Wednesday, December 4th. Sign up here.

Also, join us telling Congress that healthcare is a human right. Medicare For All (MFA)—expanding Medicare to cover everyone for everything with zero out-of-pocket costs for patients and no interference from profit-driven insurance companies—is the best, most life-saving, and most cost effective solution to our current healthcare crisis.

Click Here to send a letter about MFA to your local newspaper(s). Thanks to National Nurses United (NNU) for this letter to the editor tool. Save the date: next Wednesday, December 11th at 9p ET / 6p PT, for our monthly webinar / conference call, (see details below).


Tell Congress We Need Medicare For All!


Give to PDA’s MFA Action Fund to Support
Our Ongoing Mobilizing for Medicare For All


We need Improved Medicare For All! Economists and health policy experts agree: MFA will save 10,000s of lives and 100s of $billions every year. The American people overwhelmingly support MFA. Help PDA and our allies force the politicians to listen!


Join us next Wednesday 12/11 for our webinar / conference call.


How to participate a week from Wednesday:

Just before 9pm ET, 6pm PT on 12/11, Click Here to Join the Webinar / Conference call (using a smart phone, tablet, or computer). You can also call-in on your phone: One tap mobile: +16468769923,,800169196# US (New York) or +16699006833,,800169196# US (San Jose)

Dial in by your location: +1 (646)-876-9923 US (New York) or +1 (669)-900-6833 US (San Jose) and use this Meeting ID: 800 169 196.

Click Here to find an international call-in number.

PDA wholeheartedly supports the Medicare For All Act because this legislation will provide comprehensive healthcare for all of us including, mental, dental, vision, hearing, prescriptions, medical devices, preventative, women’s health, long-term care, and more—all with no out of pocket expenses: no premiums, co-pays, fees, caps, or deductibles.

We need your activism now! Time is of the essence! To prevail, we need as many cosponsors as we can get! Call Congress at 202-858-1717 and Click Here to tell your Representative to Cosponsor Rep. Jayapal’s and Rep. Debbie Dingell’s Medicare For All Act.

Then, Click Here to tell your Senators to cosponsor Sen. Bernie Sanders’s MFA legislation. Also, Click Here to tell your Representative to cosponsor Rep. Ro Khanna’s State-Based Universal Healthcare legislation.

Get your exclusive PDA Healthcare Not Warfare T-shirt(s) now. Comfortable 100% cotton, American union-made, these shirts help us spread the message at parades, rallies, visits to Congressional offices, and during everyday wear. They make excellent gifts too.

Contact Deb for discounts on orders of 5 or more shirts. Order shirts and other items through the PDA Store now!

PDA helps you make a huge difference with Educate Congress letter drops, action alerts, and coalition efforts with dozens of progressive organizations. Email Mike Fox to make your voice heard on critically important policies.

We appreciate all you do to help make progress on healthcare and other issues. If you’ve never donated to help PDA help you pressure our elected officials, now is the perfect time. We need your support now more than ever.

Click here to pitch in $3, $5, or whatever you can afford to support PDA’s Medicare For All organizing.


PS: Click Here for Robert Pollin’s interview on The Nation Magazine’s Podcast, Start Making Sense. It starts with a discussion of the Economists for Medicare For All petition that Alan Minsky helped to initiate with our coalition allies. Click Here to watch the historic MFA hearings before the House Rules Committee.

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