Health Insurance Solutions to be Discussed

Thursday Dec. 15th at 7pm Kip Sullivan of the Minnesota Universal Health Care Coalition
will discuss our current Health Insurance system and how a Single-Payer
Universal coverage system would not only save money but would improve
efficiency.They will also show you health insurance finder,
so you can find the right insurance for you.

The presentation will be held at Cannon Valley
Friends Meeting place, at 313 1/2 Division Street, above Jenkins
Jewelers and should be about 90 minutes. Kip Sullivan has written
extensively on the topic of universal single-payer health insurance. He
will present information from years of research he has done on our
health care system. Kip worked with Barry Casper
and Paul Wellstone on Wellstone’s U S Senate Bill for a Single payer
system. He will explain the failure of Managed Care and why high
deductible accounts are a bad idea. Sullivan believes we have waited
too long for a system that would bring universal coverage and our
politicians have the lacked the will to bring it forward. All those
interested in the ins and outs of the healthcare debate won’t want to
miss this presentation and discussion.

For those of you mourning the loss of Sen. Eugene McCarthy,
who once said, “Being in politics is like being a football coach. You
have to be smart enough to understand the game, and dumb enough to
think it’s important.”

Donna Cassutt DFL Associate Chair sent out the following announcement:

SATURDAY/SUNDAY-Eugene McCarthy Events

An Irish wake to honor the life of the late Eugene McCarthy will be held
at Kieran’s Irish Pub on Sunday December 18 beginning at 5pm. The writer
Bill Holm and many others will gather to remember. It’s free for all.

For more info call 612.339.4499.

A favorite spot of McCarthy’s, Kieran’s Irish Pub is located at 330
Second Avenue South, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The only film biography of the late Senator Eugene McCarthy, I’M SORRY I
, will screen at the Bell Museum at noon on Saturday December
17 and Sunday December 18. It will play on a double bill with THE MAGIC
, a new film on the late Paul Wellstone.

For more, zoom to Minnesota Film Arts or call 612.331.3134.

The Bell Auditorium is located at 10 Church Street at the intersection
of 17th and University Avenue S.E. on the University of Minnesota East
Bank campus in the Bell Museum of Natural History.

An afterthought

you haven’t claimed your refund by contributing to a candidate for
state office, or for the Minnesota Legislature the time is now for you
to make a contribution of $50 per person and apply for a 100% refund. I
have PCR forms and can send a receipt back to you within a few days and
have your refund back as soon as humanly possible.
You can also download the form here.
Just send a check for up to $50 per person $100 per married couple to “The David Bly Campaign” and mail it to:
David Bly
211 North Lincoln St.
Northfield, MN 55057

or use the PayPal method on this website.

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