Women’s Health

March for Women’s Health

Join the CWM Women's Health Committee Jane McDermott Shaefer and Mickie Hall are co-chairs of the Women’s Health Committee.  The overarching committee purpose is to support women’s health, specific activities include: Promote reproductive rights, through legislative action on bills at... Continue Reading →

The March Continues! 11.1.17

CWM Newsletter      Volume 1  Number 15       October 30, 2017.        Thanks to Laura Meier and Kay Etheridge for organizing the Racial Justice Group’s meeting on October 12, 2017, at Warehouse 242. TOUSSAINT ROMAIN, public... Continue Reading →

The March Continues! 10.7.17

Volume 1, Number 14  October 7, 2017 Thanks to all who attended our Fall General Meeting on September 19, 2017. More than 75 members and guests heard Dr. Jessica Schorr Saxe, MD, discuss: Everybody In and Nobody Out; Health Care... Continue Reading →

The March Continues 9.14.17

Although it felt like the end of the world as we know it, the total eclipse did not change things. Instead, our President’s actions on Charlottesville and DACA show that we need to continue to stand strong in support of equality for all.... Continue Reading →

The March Continues 9.1.17

Once again I am amazed by our group! I thought we were taking the summer off but our interest groups have been hard at work making a difference. Look at all we have done and what we have planned for... Continue Reading →

NCGA Special Session: What You Need to Know

This Friday, August 18, state lawmakers will begin a special session with the sole purpose of redistricting and redrawing North Carolina’s legislative maps. After a series of state and federal court rulings, the NCGA must redraw 28 legislative districts (nine Senate,... Continue Reading →

September General Meeting

Everybody In and Nobody Out (Health Care For All) Dr. Jessica Schorr Saxe, MD Chair, Health Care Justice - NC First United Methodist Church • 501 N. Tryon St. Park in garage. Entrance on Ninth St. between Tryon St. and... Continue Reading →

Floating health care protest held outside Tillis’ lake home

Charlotte Observer,  by LaVendrick Smith.   Protesters unhappy with the Senate’s health care bill held an unusual demonstration outside North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis’ home on Lake Norman Friday. Members from the group Progress NC and North Carolina residents who support... Continue Reading →

Weekly Calls July 3

AHCA SENATE VOTE CALL YOUR SENATORS.  Trumpcare is not dead, just delayed. Call Senators Tillis and Burr and tell them you do not like the Senate version of the bill any better than the House version. ASSAULT ON BIRTH CONTROL CALL Office... Continue Reading →

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