Healthcare Is a Human Right

Johnson Community Forum: What's next for Universal Healthcare in Vermont?

Location

Johnson State College
College Hill Road
Johnson , VT
Vermont

An information session on the next steps for implementing a universal healthcare system in Vermont.  A great opportunity to come out and have your questions answered about the road ahead for healthcare. Sponsors include the Healthcare is a Human Right Campaign- Vermont Workers' Center, Vermont Leads- Single Payer Now!, and others.

Bradford Community Forum: What's next for Universal Healthcare in Vermont?

Location

Orange East Senior Center
176 Waits River Road
Bradford , VT
Vermont

An information session on the next steps for implementing a universal healthcare system in Vermont.  A great opportunity to come out and have your questions answered about the road ahead for healthcare. Sponsors include the Healthcare is a Human Right Campaign- Vermont Workers' Center, Vermont Leads- Single Payer Now!, and others.

Benefits Testimony to the Green Mountain Care Board

As Secretary-Treasurer, I’m advocating for the position of the Vermont State Labor Council with our 9800 members.

Most of our members still have fairly good healthcare coverage. We’ve given up wages, other benefits, and working conditions to keep our coverage. This is also true for the unionized teachers and state employees. Especially for the last 15 years we have been forced to take concessions or go on strike to try to maintain healthcare standards. This system is not working and its going downhill fast!

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