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Northwest Suburbs Organizing For Action (NWSOFA) to Hold Public Meeting on the Affordable Care Act this Wednesday in Palatine

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Northwest Suburbs Organizing for Action

On Wednesday, August 28th at 7pm, Northwest Suburbs Organizing for Action (NWSOFA) will present a public forum and town hall meeting about health care reform and the Affordable Care Act ("ACA") at the Palatine Public Library, 700 North Court, Palatine. The guest speaker will be Andy Kurz, a former Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Wisconsin. Mr. Kurz has researched, written, and spoken to many groups about the ACA, also known as "Obamacare." He will discuss what the ACA has already done and what it will do in coming years, and he will respond to some of the myths and misconceptions about the ACA. He will answer questions from the audience. A video titled "Health Reform Hits Main Street," made by Kaiser Health, will be shown. This is a great opportunity to learn how health care reform will affect you.

Northwest Suburbs Organizing for Action (NWSOFA) is the northwest suburban chapter of Organizing for Action, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing the policies that the American people voted for in 2012. As a grassroots funded social advocacy group OFA is committed to tipping the scales of power back to the American people instead of special interests in Washington. OFA is working to advance policies like job creation, strengthening the middle class, gun violence prevention, comprehensive immigration reform and measures combating climate change that the majority of the American people support. More information at nwsofa.org or by phone at (224)241-2012.

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