Vigils Outside Senator Capito’s Office, Friday March 24th

Join other activists all around West Virginia as we hold simultaneous vigils at all of Senator Capito’s state offices this Friday March 24th, 2017 from Noon to 1:00pm. At these somber vigils we will quietly implore the Senator to “Preserve Our Care!” We are asking Senator Capito to reject the House’s “American Health Care Act” and preserve our state’s healthcare.

If you are concerned about how this bill would impact you or your family’s health, safety, and financial future please come tell your story and urge Senator Capito to reject any bill that harms the most vulnerable among us.

This bill takes away health coverage from American families, raises premiums 20%, discriminates against seniors, and radically restructures Medicaid to create permanent cuts to the program that serves primarily kids, seniors and people with disabilities. At the same time, the bill gives billions in tax breaks to insurance companies, drug manufacturers and wealthy individuals.

Check the list of locations below and make sure to RSVP to the Facebook event pages! If you need help finding the locations below don’t hesitate to contact us: info@wvcag.org

Charleston, WV
500 Virginia Street East
Suite 950
Charleston, WV 25301

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Martinsburg, WV
300 Foxcroft Avenue
Suite 202A

Martinsburg, WV 25401

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Morgantown, WV
48 Donley Street
Suite 504 Morgantown, WV 26501

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Beckley, WV
220 N Kanawha Street
Suite 1

Beckley, WV 25801

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Let’s tell Senator Capito we need her to protect the people of West Virginia who most need these vital programs that give them access to the basic dignity of medical treatment.

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