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SEIU Local 503 Dec 14
Key opponent of M101, Julie Parrish, said what?! She knows 400,000 kids count on our Medicaid system, right? Vote because we need to PROTECT healthcare in Oregon, not "break" it.
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Doctora Milano Dec 16
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COHO 1h
Healthcare is vital for child development. "Kids who have health care do better in school," - Rep. Peter Buckley. Be sure to vote this January & be a part of ensuring that 400,000 Oregon kids have access to the they need. via
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Casey Artner Dec 16
The La Clinca board took the rare step of endorsing Measure 101 because it's the right call for those most in need.
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Dan Rayfield Dec 14
Was a pleasure to talk with today about measure 101 and how it ensures health care for 1 in 4 Oregonians. Thanks for having us.
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Aaron Ragan-Fore 🗿 Dec 11
Enlisted another reluctant Instagram model. Thanks for being a good sport, . And hey, Oregonians: Vote !
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Oregon AFL-CIO Dec 15
Every child should be able to see a doctor when they get sick. That's why nurses, educators, and children's advocates across Oregon are supporting Measure 101.
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COHO 22h
supports because “as medical professionals, every day we see the difference that affordable health care makes. It saves lives. There is no preventive care and treatment without a doctor. It increases security.” via
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Adrienne Enghouse RN Dec 8
Measure 101 keeps kids healthy so they can focus on learning and succeed in school. How can you help? Vote this January:
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Meredith Connolly Dec 16
You can count on me to be a resounding !!! Bummed I missed you - but really appreciate you’re getting the word out about this critical cause!
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The Vocal Seniority Dec 16
Come learn about Measure 101 and how you can help keep Trumpcare (i.e., no care) out of Oregon. See you at 2:00 at Volunteers in Medicine.
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Yes for Healthcare Dec 15
Thanks for sharing your story, Dominick.
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Street Roots Dec 15
“Two years ago I got diagnosed with cancer. I've had 13 surgeries. If it weren't for Oregon Health Plan & getting housed then I couldn't be treated for some of the medical stuff I'm going through... If it weren't for them I don't know where I'd be.” -Dominick Hart Vote
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Samantha Gladu Dec 16
I am on your block knocking doors for -- you're on my list! Sorry to miss you. Can I count on you to vote , ?
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CareOregon Dec 15
For so many reasons, including the strong need for services, we say vote YES on Measure 101 in January.
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Yes for Healthcare Dec 15
ICYMI: Nurses across the state agree. A is what's best for Oregonians. Read more in the official Voters' Pamphlet:
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OEA Dec 14
No student should get sick and miss school because they don't have access to the care they need. That's why we're voting YES on Measure 101 and ensuring every child in Oregon has access to healthcare.
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Conservation Voters Dec 14
We’re proud to endorse because we believe a healthy environment starts with healthy people.
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Yes for Healthcare Dec 14
RT & SHARE: It's your last chance to for 2018! Open enrollment ends tomorrow. Oregonians who buy their own insurance: 1) enroll for coverage at and 2) vote this January in the special election to help stabilize premiums!
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Yes for Healthcare Dec 13
Thank you for attending on behalf of the 120+ organizations who support . One thing was clear this morning: opponents have no plan that protects Medicaid and lowers premiums. That's why doctors, nurses and consumer advocates agree: Vote YES on January 23!
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