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Wendell Potter, nationally known author of "Deadly Spin," speaks to HCJ-NC members in Charlotte!
Over 200 people attended the Wendell Potter "Medicare for All" Charlotte events on April 12.
Wendell Potter is president of the Business Initiative for Health Policy. He spent 20 years working as a public relations executive for health insurers, before leaving his position as the Vice President of Communications for CIGNA to become an advocate for meaningful health care reform.
Thanks to all who participated and volunteered to make these events in Charlotte and across North Carolina a success. Special thanks to Wendell - keep up the great work!
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Health Care Justice–NC is Educating, Mobilizing Mecklenburg!
HCJ-NC has been busy educating and advocating for Medicare for ALL in Charlotte, Mecklenburg and Raleigh. See Contact HCJ-NC under Information menu to get involved with our committees. Thanks to our energized committees, we share a sampling of some of our actions in 2019.
Tera Long, HCJ-NC Legislative Co-Chair, made a presentation to the Mecklenburg Co. members of NC House and Senate at their March 16th Listening Session. HCJ-NC members attended to show support and also had a great turnout at the March 9th session in Charlotte.
Tom Bowers arranged a Medicare for All Teach-In at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte on March 14th featuring Physicians and the film Fix It: Health Care at the Tipping Point.