Medicaid Expansion –

Scheduled for January 18, 2013 6:00PM
          

   

 

   

If you have not called the names listed below, it is not too late!!
    
    Our goal is to show elected leaders and Governor Kasich that Ohioans support the Medicaid Expansion.   

Ohioans from across the state are coming together in support of expanding coverage to over 600,000 Ohioans. The Medicaid expansion will strengthen Ohio’s economy by generating over 30,000 new jobs and billions in new revenue for the state.
   
    Our message is simple: Support Medicaid Expansion by including it in the state budget.
   
    Please see the instructions below for how to join in the call-in day.   

Thanks for sharing the plan with your community and joining us in advocating for strong communities and a strong economy in Ohio.    

Will Petrik, State Director   

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Instructions for Call In Day
   
    Step 1: Call Representative William Batchelder:     

“I’m calling to urge Speaker Batchelder to support Medicaid Expansion in Ohio. It will mean coverage for 600,000 Ohioans, less  uncompensated care for hospitals, a stronger economy, more jobs and more revenue for Ohio. Please let Governor Kasich know you will support the Medicaid Expansion”

   

Step 2: Call Senator Keith Faber:      

“I’m calling to urge Senate President Faber to support Medicaid Expansion in Ohio. It will mean coverage for 600,000 Ohioans, less uncompensated care for hospitals, a stronger economy, more jobs and more revenue for Ohio. Please let Governor Kasich know you will support the Medicaid Expansion”

   

Step 3: Call Governor Kasich       

“I’m calling to urge Governor Kasich to include Medicaid Expansion in the budget. A healthier economy and healthier Ohioans is a win-win!

   

Step 4: Log Your Call       

    • Click here to log your call so we can track how many calls leaders received in support of the Medicaid Expansion.     

Step 5: Spread the Word      

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