Medical Emergency: Chicago Rally on Wednesday, June 28 to Save the ACA & Demand Gov. Rauner Take a Stand to Protect Our Care

Chicago rally against Trumpcare
Source: Indivisible Chicago

CHICAGO—(ENEWSPF)—June 27, 2017. Hundreds of concerned Illinois residents will make a human chain outside the Thompson Center in downtown Chicago to show support for the Affordable Care Act AND to demand that IL Governor Rauner take a stand to protect our care.  Patients and doctors, both affected by this bill, will call on Rauner to speak out against Trumpcare. Rauner is one of the few GOP Governors still silent on the dangerous Trumpcare bill.  Maybe it’s because he stands to get a 6.6 M tax cut while 650-thousand working families in Illinois will lose their health coverage if this terrible bill becomes law.  We demand the Governor take a stand to protect our care!

The rally will take place on Wednesday, June 28th at Noon in the Thompson Center, 100 West Randolph Street in downtown Chicago.

Rally Participants:

Indivisible Chicago

Indivisible Illinois

Citizen Action Illinois

SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana

Doctors for America

Protect Our Care IL

Planned Parenthood Illinois Action

Coalition for a Better Illinois 6th

Illinois Working Together

Indivisible 123GO

Women’s March Illinois

Health And Disability Advocates

Illinois Alliance for Retired Americans

Indivisible DuPage

Grassroot Illinois Action

Out Voice Chicago West Suburbs

Chicago Women Take Action

Friends Who March

Source: Indivisible Chicago

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