Democracy for America Hosts Health Care Forum in Chicago Today

August 1, 2007
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CHICAGO, IL Last month Democracy for America (DFA) launched the Health Care for America campaign in partnership with filmmaker Michael Moore. Now, DFA is kicking off their national Health Care Forums on Wednesday, August 1 at 8pm at the UNITE HERE! Union Hall in Chicago. The panel discussion will be led by Jim Dean, Chair of Democracy for America. Guests include DFA-List Alderman Joe Moore, Claudia Fagan of Physicians for National Health Care Plan, and John Bouman from the Sargent Shriver Center on Poverty Law. Participants will be invited to share their health care horror stories, hear policy solutions, learn ways to get active in their communities, and sign up to bring their stories to Senators Richard Durbin and Barack Obama. Plus, Michael Moore's SiCKO! Health Care cards will be distributed. Who: Jim Dean, Chair of Democracy for America, DFA-List Alderman Joe Moore,Claudia Fagan of Physicians for National Health Care Plan, and John Bouman from the Sargent Shriver Center on Poverty Law. What:National Health Care Forum When: Wednesday, August 1st at 8pm Where: UNITE HERE! Union Hall,333 S. Ashland (1/2 block south of Jackson) inChicago, IL 60607 Democracy for America, which was founded by Governor Howard Dean in 2004, is a political action committee dedicated to campaign training, grassroots activism and supporting progressive candidates with a backbone at all levels of governmentfrom the School Board to the Presidency. DFA is empowering everyday Americans to reform their political system. ###

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