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Speaker of the Assembly Blocks SB 562 from Moving Forward

On Friday, California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon (D-63) moved to keep SB 562 in the Rules Committee, preventing the Assembly from voting on the single payer healthcare bill.

With federal attacks on our healthcare moving forward, we know SB 562 is the ONLY solution that saves billions and covers everyone. With 70% support in California, Speaker Rendon is standing between us and guaranteed healthcare for all.

There is still time to reverse his decision and allow assemblymembers to vote on the Healthy California Act, which would provide healthcare to all Californians. Please take as many of the actions below as you can:

1. Call, email, and tweet Assemblymember Rendon
916-319-2063

assemblymember.rendon@assembly.ca.gov
Twitter: @Rendon63rd

What to say when you call:

“I strongly support S.B. 562, the Healthy California Act, because every Californian deserves guaranteed healthcare. I’m urging Speaker Rendon to stop doing secret insider deals on our healthcare. He must move SB 562 forward as the best solution to the federal attacks on our healthcare. No other solution saves billions and covers everyone with medical, dental, vision, mental health and more.”

2. “Inaction = Death” event at Anthony Rendon's District Office
Tuesday, June 27, Noon
12132 South Garfield Avenue
South Gate, CA 90280

Facebook events page: http://bit.ly/2s3A65z

3. Sign the petition

Take action now for SB 562!

Published June 26th, 2017

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