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Member Info > Money > Grants help union members with large hospital bills
Grants help union members with large hospital bills
Published by Dave Skotarczyk [Dave Skotarczyk] on 2009/5/28 (1174 reads)
The NEW Union SAFE Hospital Grants help to meet the
extraordinary costs of unexpected health care crises, which are
the number one cause of bankruptcy in the U.S. Most chilling is
that most of those bankrupted by medical bills have health
insurance.

http://www.unionvoice.org/ct/_7aNzoM1OPKb/
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Tale of Two Countries Video

Canadian members of CWA talk about their country's health care system and how it compares with the costly system in the United States in a video that the Canadian Media Guild produced for last year's CWA convention in Toronto.

In the video and in other interviews, Canadians indicate they don't understand why Americans cling to a staggeringly expensive system that leaves so many people without health care.

For more information, and to find out how you can make a difference, visit www.healthcarevoices.org/canada. The Health Care Voices website features hundreds of stories, ideas and concerns of CWA members and their families as part of the union's fight for health care reform in the United States.
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