Health Care

A Letter to our Representatives

CWM joins other organizations in a letter to our NC Representatives and Senators, urging them to expand Medicaid eligibility to all NC residents with incomes at or below the 138% poverty level. April 26, 2019 Representative Grier Martin North Carolina... Continue Reading →

Health Care Justice Workshop

Health Care Justice: Improved Medicare for All Sunday, February 10, 2019 • 3 PM to 5 PM Queens University Belk Chapel on Radcliffe Ave Join our “Teach In” to learn about Improved Medicare for All and how to take constituent... Continue Reading →

As mama always said – make good choices!

Do you know where the candidates stand on a woman's right to choose? Please see the following Voter Guide provided by Charlotte Reproductive Action Network. If you have any questions , please contact them directly:    

The Untapped Voting Power of Single Women

by KALENA THOMHAVE of The American Prospect Unmarried women are less likely than their married counterparts to register and to vote but they could be a key Democratic voting bloc in November if candidates get moving to address their issues. A new report from the... Continue Reading →

Weekly Legislative Calls for 2.12.18

WEEKLY CALLS NC Senators: Thom Tillis (202-224-6342 and 704-509-9087) Richard Burr (202-224-3154 and 800-685-8916) SC Senators: Lindsey Graham (202-224-5972 and 804-250-1417) Tim Scott (202-224-6121 and 864-233-5366) Representatives: Robert Pittenger: 1-202-225-1976 Alma Adams: 1-202-225-1510 If you have a different representative, call... Continue Reading →

Alternative Prescriptions Symposium

Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy will host a symposium on the state of health care in the Queen City. Presented by Alston & Bird LLP, “Alternative Prescriptions: A Broader Vision of Health for the Charlotte Region” will offer perspectives from... Continue Reading →

Insurance Letters Cause Panic & Confusion

That scary letter about Obamacare? Here’s what it means. BY CASSIE COPE, Charlotte Observer. Kayte Thomas received a letter from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina in October that said her monthly health insurance premium is set to... Continue Reading →

Call re: CHIP, ACA, Bump Stocks

WEEKLY CALLS FOR OCTOBER 12 •URGE BOTH SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES TO RENEW FUNDING FOR CHIP Federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which covers about 9 million children in the U.S., has now expired because Congressional leaders did... Continue Reading →

‘Millions’ Fewer Would Have Coverage

'Millions' Fewer Would Have Coverage Under GOP Health Bill, Says CBO Analysis by Alison Kodjak, NPR Health Policy Correspondent, Science Desk   The proposal the Senate is considering that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act would result in millions... Continue Reading →

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