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A National Town Meeting on Health Care Reform with Senator Tom Harkin

June 4, 2009

A National Town Meeting on Health Care Reform with Senator Tom Harkin and expert panelists will be held Saturday, June 6, 2009 at the North Liberty Iowa Recreation Center from 10:30 a.m. — 12:00 noon.

Sponsored by: AARP, Divided We Fail and the Johnson County Livable Community Initiative

Guests panelist are:
AARP National President: Jennie Chin Hansen
AARP Iowa Senior State Director: Bruce Koeppl
Dean of Iowa College of Public Health: Susan J. Curry
Iowa President SEUI: Cathy Glasson
Executive Director, Live Healthy America: Troy Vincent

Why should you attend?
The health care crisis facing this country affects us all and the financial burden will only get worse if something is not done now. That’s why Divided We Fail is calling on President Obama and Congress to keep their promises and make health care reform a priority in 2009. Make your voice heard! Senator Harkin has a particular interest in prevention and wellness as important building blocks in Health Care Reform.

This forum is free and open to the public, but advance registration is requested. Refreshments will be served.

Contact (by June 5):
Call toll free:1-877-926-8300 or
Email name and contact info to: ia@aarp.org

Location:
Gerdin Conference Center
North Liberty Iowa Recreation Center
520 W. Cherry Street, North Liberty

Divided We Fail — a diverse coalition of AARP, the business community and labor — is committed to engaging the American people, elected officials, the business community, and non-profit groups to help find broad-based, bi-partisan solutions to the nation’s most compelling domestic issues — health and financial security for all generations. Learn more at http://www.dividedwefail.org.

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