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Rallyin' to Pull the Plug on Defunct Healthcare



This week you gotta couple chances to rally in favor of some of that public option healthcare we been hearing so much about.--- If you believe the prescription for our sick system is some kind of public option make sure to check out a rally tomorrow, Thursday July 30, at the office of Rep. Jim Matheson, D-Utah, at 240 E. Morris Avenue, (2430 South) No. 235, at 10:30 a.m to encourage Jimmy to vote in favor of single-payer health reform.

If you want to keep the momentum going on Thursday you can also roll by the Matheson Court House at 450 S. State, from 4-6 p.m. to join a rally held by Utah Jobs with Justice, who will also be pushing for single-payer reform.