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As we strike out into cyberspace, we will continue to be high visibility in the traditional press.
“I don’t think people realize how dramatic a break with history this is,” said Newby in an interview with the Kenosha News which was printed on September 24. “We have never been on the same side with health care reform before. It would have been unthinkable 10 years ago, even 5 years ago.”
In an op-ed published in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Janesville Gazette and Racine Journal Times, the two leaders, whose organizations together represent 12,000 doctors and 250,000 workers, point out the overwhelming need for reforms to increase access to care, control costs and improve the design of our health care system. Read the full articles for yourself:
As we stride towards quality, affordable health care for all and the passage of the Employee Free Choice Act, we must take the fight to the internet as well as the inkwell. Either way, Wisconsin workers win.