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Save My Care Bus Tour Tuesday At State House
Updated January 31, 2017 6:35 AM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - On Tuesday, January 31, the nationwide Save My Care Bus Tour will host a press conference at the State House to stand against Congressional Republicans' plan to take health care away from more 500,000 Hoosiers.

At the event, community leaders, doctors, health care advocates, and patients who have benefited from the Affordable Care Act will share their stories and urge Congress to protect access to affordable, quality health care.

Those attending include:

  • Baron Hill, Former U.S. Congressman
  • Korvin Bothwell, Health Care Advocate and Small Business Owner
  • Alia Radwan, Physician
  • Kara Terrell, Adjunct Professor, Indiana University and Purdue University
  • Dominic Dorsey, President, Don't Sleep
  • Rosanna Williams, ancer Survivor and Health Care Advocate
  • Additional Community Members

The Save My Care Bus Tour is a two-month, cross-country tour focused on telling the stories of the more than 30 million Americans who will lose their health care under Congress' dangerous repeal plan.

The group will meet at the State House, South Steps at Noon.

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