"Die-in" flash mob to show effects of newest Republican health bill
ISA brings Tombstones & horror stories of no-insurance future to McSally's office Friday, April 28th, 8-9:30 a.m.
Cancer patients unable to get chemotherapy. Pregnant mothers unable to get maternity care. People with pre-existing conditions and woman forced to pay astronomically high rates for insurance.
This could be our healthcare future if the Republicans' newest version of Trumpcare passes. According to some house members, a vote may be occur between now and Saturday.
When Indivisible Southern Arizona members learned that states will be able to opt out of almost everything that citizens need in a healthcare bill, they contacted Rep. Martha McSally's office to see how she will be voting. So far, no answer.
The Die-in on the sidewalk in front of her office, 4400 E. Broadway Blvd. from 8:00 – 9:30 a.m. on Friday, April 28th, will illustrate the dire effects of the latest proposed bill, let McSally know she owes her constituents an answer, and ensure she keeps pledges made in the past to keep essential benefits like maternity care.
Indivisible Southern Arizona consists of more than 2,500 citizens from Arizona congressional districts 1, 2 and 3 who are committed to resisting the radical portions of President Donald Trump's agenda.
The grassroots organization is part of a larger Indivisible movement comprised of more than 4,500 similar groups throughout the country. Local Indivisible chapters pressure their Congressional representatives to reject harmful policies proposed by president Trump.
Indivisible Southern Arizona
Die-in at Rep. Martha McSally's office demading she take a stand on health care
Friday, April 28, 2017, 8:00- 9: 30 MST
Sidewalk in front of Rep.Martha McSally's Tucson office
4400 E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson, Arizona, 85701
Members and organizers will be available for onsite interviews.
Contact: Randy Decker,