Friday, April 4, 2014

Your name belongs in the permanent record

Organizing for Action
Diane --

We've all worked hard to make health care reform a success -- many have fought for decades.

It's something I'll tell my grandkids about.

OFA is putting together the permanent record of the people who made health care reform happen -- everyone from Teddy Roosevelt to Barack Obama and, yes, even Richard Nixon.

Your name belongs on this list -- add it right now.

It will be permanently installed at OFA headquarters in Chicago to be a constant reminder that lasting change is possible when we come together and organize.

Think about how long Americans have fought for this. In 1912, Teddy Roosevelt was the first president to advocate for health care for all Americans. When we passed the Affordable Care Act, more than 45 million Americans were uninsured.

Now, millions of young adults can stay on their parents' plan until 26, millions more are covered through the expansion of Medicaid, and as we heard this week, more than 7 million Americans signed up for private coverage through the marketplace. And, year after year, it's only going to get better.

That's why we fought for this law.

It was a long road to get here. We want to take a minute to recognize everyone who helped make history. That includes you, Diane.

Add your name to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the people who made health care reform happen:

Thank you,


Erin Hannigan
Health Care Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action

Paid for by Organizing for Action

Contributions or gifts to Organizing for Action are not tax deductible.

This email was sent to:
If that is not your preferred email address, you can update your information here. We believe that emails are a vital way to stay in direct contact with supporters. Click here if you'd like to unsubscribe from these messages.
Organizing for Action, P.O. Box 66732 Washington, D.C. 20035

No comments:

Post a Comment