Hoosiers for a Commonsense Health Plan is a group of Indiana citizens who support a publicly financed, privately delivered (single payer) universal health plan at the state and national level.
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Aug. 27: Johnson County Health Care Forum
Hoosiers for a Commonsense Health Plan is sponsoring a candidate/community health care forum on Monday evening, August 27 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Custer Theater on the Franklin College campus, 101 Branigin Blvd. in Franklin, Ind.
Easy parking in the Branigin Lot.
Moderated by Dr. Rob Stone, the panel will include local health care experts Dr. Mary Beth Hensley and Michael Kolenda, Ph.D., the Director of WindRose Health Network.
Both 9th District Congressional candidates have been invited, and Liz Watson has confirmed she will be on the panel. Trey Hollingsworth has declined our invitation, but we are still hoping he will reconsider.
For more information, please email us at email@example.com.
We, the undersigned, call for Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill Jr. to withdraw Indiana from the shameful lawsuit joining 19 other states Attorneys General to invalidate the Affordable Care Act and specifically take away protections for people with pre-existing health conditions.
Click here for background information on the lawsuit and contact information for the Attorney General's office, so you can file a compaint.
Did anyone see the news release from the Indiana Attorney General's office on Feb. 27 this year? The one where AG Curtis Hill announced that Indiana "has joined a 20-state coalition urging a federal district court in Texas to hold the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate is unconstitutional."
Continue reading this op-ed from Dr. Rob Stone, published June 19, 2018 in the Herald-Times.
Coverage of ACA lawsuit
Activists Call For Hill To Withdraw From ACA Lawsuit
By Brandon Smith
WFYI Indianapolis, July 27, 2018
Advocates ask Hill to withdraw state from ACA lawsuit
By Niki Kelly
The Journal Gazette, July 27, 2018
Mark Trover of Indiana had a job and access to health insurance, but the premiums and co-pays were too high for him to afford. A doctor had prescribed medicine for his dangerously high blood pressure, but the cost was high and Trover stopped filling the prescription.