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January 2023 e.Bulletin

January 31, 2023

2023 Legislative Actions and introducing the FTAC  We are starting the year with a packed legislative agenda, and we have two ways to take action, detailed below: Sign in “pro” TODAY on 2 of our priority bills with hearings on February 1. Details below....

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November 2022 e.Bulletin

November 29, 2022

Please RSVP to attend our Annual Educational Conference and Meeting on December 3. This month’s 2nd Wednesday Speaker Series featured Fran Rourke leading us in a discussion about Navigating Transgender Diversity.   Don't forget the December 15 Universal Health Care Commission meeting and Finance Technical...

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October 2022 e.Bulletin

November 04, 2022

Takeaways from the October Universal Health Care Commission meeting.  The Spotlight is on Oregon's Joint Task Force on Universal Health Care report to its legislature.  Of special note is our 2nd Wednesday Speakers Series “Navigating Transgender Diversity”.   We are also sharing One Payer States’s...

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September 2022 e.Bulletin

September 15, 2022

Fall is here and we have been busy developing our legislative priorities for the upcoming 2023 Legislative Session. Look for information on our key bills here and our website as the Session approaches in early January.  When the full calendar is posted we will...

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July 2022 e.Bulletin

July 25, 2022

Our July bulletin starts with a summary of the July’s Universal Health Care Commission meeting with links to meeting materials. As ballots drop HCFA-WA has the results of our candidate survey which identifies which candidates are not only supporters of universal health care but will...

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May 2022 e.bulletin

May 19, 2022

This issue we focus on why healthcare is so expensive in the USA. We have 5 takeaways from our 2nd Wednesday Speaker Series Controlling Health Care Costs in Washington State, as well as an analysis of how health insurance companies profit from your care. ...

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April 2022 e.Bulletin

May 03, 2022

Spring flowers to celebrate our successes! Quote of the Month!  “... prescription drugs are sort of a symbolic representation of the challenge of how hard it is to move some of the policies forward. I think we should … acknowledge the magnitude of the...

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December 2021 e.Bulletin

December 20, 2021

Quote of the Month  Dr. Stephen Kemble:  “A lot of money flows through public programs, particularly Medicare and Medicaid. Private business interests want to tap into this money, but processing claims is only about 2% of these dollars. If private business interests can persuade...

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