Health Care Rally at Capitol
The campaign wants guaranteed quality, affordable health care for every Missourian. It also wants the state to restore coverage and services to residents who lost them in 2005. Plus, the campaign want legislators to make health care for Missouri families a priority over tax breaks for the wealthy.
"We want to step forward and be a part of the First Things First Campaign," said Clark Brown of the Service Employees International Union. "Be part of those collective efforts that call for a good, comprehensive reform of health care here in Missouri."
The campaign said it will gather petition signatures to involve more Missourians in the health care debate.