Health Care Reform

Health Care Reform

Every U.S. resident should have access to affordable, quality health care, including birth control and the privacy to make reproductive choices.

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Event Date: 
Feb 25 2019 - 11:45am
Event location: 

Hope Lutheran Church

On Monday, February 25, the Bozeman League of Women Voters will host a presentation by Michael Foust, the Executive Director of Western Montana Mental Health Center - Gallatin County in Bozeman.  He will be speaking on the social justice phenomena


The League of Women Voters of Benton and Franklin Counties supports that all health care planning involve opportunity or strong local input.
examination table with pillow

Reminder: if you are one of the millions of people who don’t have healthcare through your employer, December 15 is the deadline to sign up for a healthcare plan for 2019. Don’t miss out on taking care of yourself!

League is a voice of reason in the Wisconsin State Capitol
Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    November 30, 2018


League positions on Health Care were originally adopted in 1984, amended in 2017, and are reviewed annually.


Support programs that meet the medical needs of Butte County residents by making comprehensive health care services available to all cultural and socioeconomic groups.

The Healthcare Committee studies national and state league positions regarding healthcare delivery and recommends advocacy and education actions that advance these positions in support of basic healthcare for all residents.
Current actions include:


We support the timely use of private and public funds and facilities to provide food, shelter and rehabilitative services to the homeless of Long Beach. We also recognize that all levels of government must address the underlying causes of homelessness and the means of preventing it.

The League has established extensive positions on healthcare at the national level.

Press Release

LWV Opposes Ryan Healthcare Repeal Bill