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Save adultBasic

From PathWays PA (http://www.pathwayspa.org):   Sign a petition to save tobacco settlement money and bring back adultBasic at http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/6560/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=6389.   We are in the final weeks of Pennsylvania’s budget fight. Please call your State Representative and Senator urge them to bring … Continue reading

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adultBasic Candlelight Vigil at the Governor’s Mansion—February 28, Harrisburg

From the Pennsylvania Health Access Network (http://www.pahealthaccess.org):   Join in letting Governor Corbett know that Pennsylvanians are not ok with cutting life-saving health insurance programs – especially when the funding exists to save them!   42,000 people are set to … Continue reading

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Save adultBasic—Call Governor Corbett Today

42,000 Pennsylvanians on adultBasic will see their health insurance expire on February 28th.   Please call Governor Tom Corbett now at  (717) 787-2500  (717) 787-2500 and urge him to save adultBasic—first, to keep his promise about extending adultBasic for six months, and … Continue reading

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adultBasic in Pennsylvania is About to End—Sign Petition to Save It

From the Pennsylvania Health Access Network (http://www.pahealthaccess.org):   You have to see this video.  It’s about Roseanne, a mother of two who lives in Perkasie, Pennsylvania.  At one point Roseanne says she’d rather die than become a burden to her … Continue reading

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New Report Sheds Light on adultBasic Funding Crisis–Take Action

From Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center (http://www.pennbpc.org) and the Pennsylvania Health Access Nework (http://www.pahealthaccess.org):   Scroll down for Action.   Nearly 46,000 Pennsylvanians enrolled in adultBasic could lose their health coverage next year if an agreement with the state’s four … Continue reading

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