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Say “No” to Holiday Stress

December 18, 2014
What’s the best holiday gift I have ever received? Not having to do the whole holiday thing. Really, I’m not a Scrooge. I love picking out the right gift for a person and watching them open it. Receiving gifts is fun, too. Oh, and let’s not forget all the homemade goodies. And decorating your home...
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What’s Fuglier than an Ugly Christmas Sweater?

December 18, 2014
Over the years, I’ve received a few ugly Christmas sweaters. My favorite was a bright red sweater with too many dancing reindeers that I received when I was about 10 years old. At the time, I didn’t know it was ugly. It had to be pointed out to me by a dear, older friend – she was 11 and I couldn’t...
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Making Our Health Care System Work for Boys and Young Men of Color

December 17, 2014
This week the California Pan-Ethnic Health Network (CPEHN) and the California Schol-Based Health Alliance released a new brief, Making the Health Home Model Work for Boys and Young Men of Color , to examine how we can tailor our health system to meet the needs of boys and young men of color...
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Give the best present of all: peace of mind

December 16, 2014
Find out if your family qualifies for free or low-cost health insurance. If you live in the Seattle area, Tune into Chat with Women 1150 AM KKNW at 8 AM, Thursday, December 18 to get the scoop as I explain the basics of what our new health law means for Washington families. Then sign up.
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Medicaid Expansion in North Carolina? Let’s Talk About Infant Mortality and Maternal Health

December 12, 2014
The North Carolina NAACP and a coalition of organizations fighting for Medicaid expansion in North Carolina recently held a funeral procession to demonstrate the result of our governor’s decision not to expand the jointly funded federal and state health-care program for low-income residents...
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Three Ways to Raise Wages

December 10, 2014
For a lot of working people, this holiday season will be one of belt-tightening rather than shopping sprees. Let’s face it, our wages just aren’t keeping up the way they used to. Here’s a fact: Average income for the least rich 90% of us has been flat since the 1970s, although people are working...
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Pittsburgh→ Sign this "Thank You" card to the mayor!

December 2, 2014
We have great news! MomsRising volunteers in Pittsburgh will be hand-delivering a giant “Thank You!” card from Pittsburgh families to Mayor Peduto on December 9th at the Children’s Museum. We want to show Mayor Peduto how much we appreciate his administration’s work to reduce the number of...
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Know anyone who needs Health Insurance?

December 2, 2014
If you or someone you know needs health insurance, please spread the word: You may qualify for free or low-cost coverage. Now is the time to sign up. And guess what? In person help is available. Check out this free workshop if you live in the Seattle area or go online at https://www.healthcare.gov...
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FREE event at the Pittsburgh Children's Museum to say thanks!

December 2, 2014
Why are Pittsburgh kids making superhero capes at the Children’s Museum on December 9, 2014 at 9:30am? Because it’s fun (obviously!) and when kids have access to quality health coverage, they can be the super heroes they were born to be. Join us for a free event at the Children’s Museum on December 9th to thank Mayor Peduto for working to ensure all Pittsburgh kids can be superheroes!
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Show you're thankful for CHIP. Send a Letter to the Editor!

November 25, 2014
Last week, MomsRising volunteers and staff made a real splash on Capitol Hill with our “Give our Kids a Winning Hand” campaign and delivery of family stories and over 25,000 signatures on our open letter to Congress. Thanks to help from our members, we made significant strides in educating Congress...
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