Health Care Reform

Health Care Reform

Promote a health care system for the United States that provides affordable access to a basic level of quality care for all U.S. residents, including behavioral health that is integrated with and achieves parity with the physical health care system.

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Action Alerts

Medicaid Expansion is on the chopping block as the legislature’s Joint Finance Committee begins meeting in executive session on the Governor’s proposed biennial budget.

The heartbeat of healthcare
Blog Post

At our January 2021 meeting, we will be discussing the State League’s current state health care position and deciding if it should be updated or not.

News

We welcome your reviews of books that • were published within the past three years • do not advocate for a political party or politician • do address issues supported by the League, and • intrigued you enough that you want to share them.

WomenVoteinAction
Event Date: 
Nov 7 2020 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Event location: 

Online Only, Google Meet

ATTEND THE POST-ELECTION ACTION-ADVOCACY MEETING
BRING ISSUES YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADVOCATE FOR AND TAKE ACTION ON

WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO BOTH THE LEAGUE AND TO YOU?

Position

The LWVT-PC supports enhancement of the existing services for the mentally ill to create a full system of services for the severely and chronically mentally ill in Pierce County
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News

The Healthy California for All Commission held its first meeting on January 27 in Sacramento. The charge of the commission is to provide the Governor and Legislature with options and recommendations to advance progress toward achieving a health care delivery system that provides coverage and access to all Californians through a unified financing system, including, but not limited to, a single-payer financing system.

Public Health Town Hall
News
A year-long study concerning public health issues in Delaware County was conducted by Johns Hopkins University's Bloomberg School of Public Health to evaluate the delivery of health and public health services in the county.

LWVUS Public Policy on Reproductive Rights

(For Complete position: Impact on Issues, pg. 33) The League's Position Statement of Position on Public Policy on Reproductive Rights, as announced by the National Board, January 1983:
The League of Women Voters of the United States believes that public policy in a pluralistic society must affirm the constitutional right of privacy of the individual to make reproductive choices.

Position

Support of programs, which provide the Social Services Agency with the tools and financing to promote the rehabilitation of recipients and the prevention of problems.

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