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Important Gray Panther and Other Events

SB 562, California's Single-Payer / Medicare-for-All healthcare bill has passed the Senate and is now in the State Assembly, which will be more difficult because (1) more resistance from corporate Democrats, and (2) the bill will contain the plan for financing Healthy California, which requires a 2/3 vote.  Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon has just announced he will prevent SB 562 from being sent to the Assembly Health Committee until further notice, essentially killing its chances of being passed this year, since it needs to pass Assembly Health by July 14.  SB 562 would still be alive for next year, but we need it now.  Contact Anthony Rendon at 916-319-2063, or Twitter: @Rendon63rd, or email .

Wed, June 28, 12 Noon,  Emergency Action #2: Protect Our Healthcare, No Dismantling of Medicaid for Tax Cuts for the Rich!  Federal Bldg, 7th/Mission, SF.     The Senate Leadership Wants Vote on Secretive Health Bill by June 30th. $1.7 Trillion Medicaid/Medi-CAL Cuts in Trump Budget. At least 60% of Calif Medi-CAL dollars are for Long-Term-Care, Home Care, IHSS etc.  See poster.     Read more on Senate's Trumpcare.    Phonebanking info for Mon, 6-26 thru Fri, 6-30.
Mon, Aug 14, 12 Noon,  SAVE THE DAY!  Preserve, Improve, and Expand Social Security!
August 14 is Social Security's 82nd Birthday. Social Security has provided income and dignity to hundreds of millions of retirees and people with disabilities, their spouses and children, and to deceased workers' spouses and children. For two thirds of seniors, it's been over half their income. Half of women and people with disabilities would be in poverty without Social Security. Almost 10% of children get it.  Trump and the austerity-hawks want to turn Social Security inside-out, converting it to risky private, individual stock market accounts.  They are starting with a budget plan cutting Social Security Disability by $68 billion over the next ten years.   We will NOT go back to the days of workhouses.   Read more.   Location: Frank Ogawa Plaza, Oakland (Broadway/14th St, 12th St BART Stop.)   Call 510-663-4086 for more information.
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More Complete Listings

Fri, June 23: McDonalds, Stop Harassment of LGBTQ Workers   
Sat, June 24: Climate Change, Your and Your Health   
Sat, June 24: SF Politics for the 99%   
Sat, June 24: Justice for Pedie Perez Community Meeting   
Sat, June 24: Richmond Movement School for Revolutionaries   

Sun, June 25: SF Pride Resistance Contingent   
Sun, June 25: SF Pride Refuse Fascism Contingent   
Sun, June 25: Attack on the USS Liberty   
Mon, June 26: Discussion: Understanding Gentrification   
Mon, June 26: Justice for Amilcar gathering   
Mon, June 26: Nuclear Warfare, the Environment, and Sailing for Peace   
Tues, June 27: Organization Mtg, Trump/Pence Regime Must Go   
Tues, June 27: Vigil for Nabra Hassanen   
Wed, June 28: Tenant's Convention, South of Market   
Wed, June 28: Development w/o Displacement Workshop   
Wed, June 28: Arundhati Roy   
Thurs, June 29: Info Hour on SB 562, Healthy California   
Thurs, June 29: Townhall Meeting On Raising Wages   
Thurs, June 29: Cuban Union Leader Speaking in Berkeley   
Fri, June 30: LGBTQ Liberation in the Trump Era   
Sat, July 1: LaborFest Begins   
Sat, July 1: Japanese Internment, Labor, Lessons for Today   

Tues, July 4: Mime Troupe Show on Immigration Walls, Dolores Park   

Mon, July 10: SURJ-SF General Meeting   
Wed, July 12: SF Retirement System, Divest Fossil Fuel   

Fri, July 21: SF Living Wage Coalition Awards Dinner   
Sat, July 22: Mario Woods Remembrance Day   
Sat, July 29: Paul Robeson, Portrait in Story and Song   

Sun, July 30: Film: Now is the Time: Healthcare for Everybody   

Sat, Aug 12: Coalition on Homelessness: Not in My Backyard   

Mon, Aug 14: Social Security's 82nd B'day, Preserve, Improve, Expand It   

Fri, Sept 8: All-Day Re-Entry Conference/Workshops   

Thurs, Sept 14: Coalition on Homeless Art Auction   

Thurs, Sept 28: 650 Divisidero, Not Enough Affordable Housing   

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