Attorney General’s Title & Summary for California Healthcare Roadblock Removal Act

The Attorney General’s office sent us a present yesterday. This is the circulating title and summary for our constitutional initiative, the California Healthcare Roadblock Removal Act. We honestly can’t figure out why single-payer organizations would oppose this, unless they aren’t legitimate.   — Text from image: The Attorney General of California has prepared the following title and summary of the …

FAQ: California Healthcare Roadblock Removal Act

Fellow Californians, if you are serious about having any kind of healthcare improvements or expansion, then the California Healthcare Roadblock Removal Act is a must-pass ballot initiative. Read on for an FAQ and steps to help. If you are ignoring this and still say you want universal healthcare or single payer, etc. *in California* then you are not an ally. …

Politico: New grassroots California group pushes for statewide universal coverage

New grassroots California group pushes for statewide universal coverage By Victoria Colliver 09/01/2017 09:00 AM EDT A grassroots California organization has been quietly pushing its own vision of statewide universal health care. The group – with more than 86,000 Facebook followers – is about to get a lot louder. Enact Universal Healthcare for California plans to start collecting signatures for …

The California Healthcare Roadblock Removal Act is here

It’s time to get serious. It’s time to clear the roadblocks between us and healthcare funding. No healthcare funding will succeed without an exemption from the state spending cap (Gann Limit). If you’re serious about healthcare, please help us get the “California Healthcare Roadblock Removal Act” on the ballot and passed. If you or your group wants to help with …

Help Us Remove Roadblocks via Ballot Initiative

Fellow Californians, help us put an initiative on the 2018 ballot. It will do three things: Create a healthcare trust fund, exempt the trust from the Gann Limit and Prop 98, and prevent the healthcare trust from being raided for the general fund. SB562 and any other healthcare legislation will need these roadblocks removed to succeed. Unfortunately, we only have …