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At noon a community discussion was held on how to build a movement to improve Medicare and extend it to everyone, including many of those present who were ineligible for health care even after recent reforms. An “Improved Medicare for ALL” bill will be introduced in the state legislature in the new year and would end the denial of health care to California’s temporary workers, poor, youth, migrants, and unemployed.
One of the objectives of the Health Fair was to involve the uninsured themselves in organizing for passage of this bill, and many signed postcards to the Governor supporting it.
The Health Fair was sponsored by Low-Income Self-Help Center, CHAM Deliverance Ministry, Gardner Health Care for the Homeless, St. Joseph Cathedral, and County Supervisor Dave Cortese.