Here are some elements you can use to share the Save Lives Now CARES2 Campaign with your contacts.
Action Alert link to Share: bit.ly/SaveLivesCARES2
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Call Your Senators and Representative
US Congress Switchboard: 1 (202) 224-3121
Email Your Representative & Two Senators (Washington state):
Members of Congress use forms to accept email messages. Below are the websites you will need to email your Representative and two Senators.
First, choose your Representative below to go to their email website.
Unsure? Find your Representative here.
After you are in the email website for your elected, enter your zip+4, copy and paste the subject and letter below into the form. TIP: Please personalize it with your personal story or connection with the elected.
CD 1 – Suzan Delbene (D)
CD 2 – Rep. Rick Larsen (D)
CD 3 – Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R)
CD 4 – Rep. Dan Newhouse (R)
CD 5 – Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R)
CD 6 – Rep. Derek Kilmer (D)
CD 7 – Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D)
CD 8 – Rep. Kim Schrier, MD (D)
CD 9 – Rep. Adam Smith (D)
CD 10 – Rep. Denny Heck (D)
Finally, do the same for both your Senators:
Subject: Include Medicare Crisis Program, COVID Emergency Manufacturing Act, & Community Health Center Funding in the Next Federal Package
As you work on CARES 2, the next package for COVID-19 relief and recovery, I urge you to include three things that will SAVE LIVES and help us reopen our economy:
- The Medicare Crisis Program (HR 6674) to enroll in Medicare those who become eligible for unemployment insurance during the pandemic, and their households, to insure more people in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Plan (CHIP), and to ensure no COVID-19 related cost-sharing in any public or private health plan.
- The COVID-19 Emergency Manufacturing Act so frontline workers will have the personal protective equipment they need to stay healthy and all states will have the testing supplies they need to help contain the spread of COVID and reopen the economy.
- $7.6 billion in emergency funding for the nation’s community health centers so they can stay open and take care of our most underserved communities, regardless of immigration status, including over 1.2 million people in WA State.
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