Health Care Reform

Health Care Reform

Promote a health care system for the United States that provides affordable access to a basic level of quality care for all U.S. residents, including behavioral health that is integrated with and achieves parity with the physical health care system.

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Get active again as life picks up and so does League! We are responding to the pandemic in so many ways and getting better at it – just look at what is in this Voter!

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Medicaid Expansion is on the chopping block as the legislature’s Joint Finance Committee begins meeting in executive session on the Governor’s proposed biennial budget.

LWVUS Public Policy on Reproductive Rights

(For Complete position: Impact on Issues, pg. 33) The League's Position Statement of Position on Public Policy on Reproductive Rights, as announced by the National Board, January 1983:
The League of Women Voters of the United States believes that public policy in a pluralistic society must affirm the constitutional right of privacy of the individual to make reproductive choices.

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Support of programs, which provide the Social Services Agency with the tools and financing to promote the rehabilitation of recipients and the prevention of problems.

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Support coordinated community-based system of supportive services for the elderly designed to avoid, delay or shorten their institutionalization.
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by Marian Shostrom and Pat Snyder, Health Care Issue Co-Chairs

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The League of Women Voters of Schenectady County Supports quality health care.
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Event Date: 
May 28 2020 (All day) to Jul 31 2020 (All day)
Event location: 

Zoom online meeting

The COVID-19 pandemic and related economic crisis are unfolding as our country continues to face a deepening climate emergency and extreme inequality that this moment lays bare. Watch the webinar presented by the League of Women Voters of Diablo Valley, 350 Contra Costa and the Contra Costa County Library on planning the recovery.

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