Connecticut-based nonprofit group goes to polls to push for universal care
Hartford Courant, November 5, 2008
About 70 volunteers and employees of Meriden, CT-based Universal Health Care Foundation of Connecticut stood outside polls on election day in an attempt to recruit activists for universal healthcare. The foundation's "healthcare4every1 Campaign" is aimed at building public support for legislation that would make comprehensive healthcare available to all Connecticut residents.
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