Your income shouldn’t determine whether you can visit a doctor or nurse, or get medicine when you’re sick. Measure 101 protects health care for vulnerable Oregonians, including seniors, people with disabilities, and 400,000 children. That’s why Children’s Institute has joined more than 100 other organizations in endorsing a YES vote on Measure 101 this January.
Getting out the word about Measure 101 is critical. Please join supporters to help spread the word about Measure 101:
Yes on 101 Portland Kick-Off and Canvass
Sunday, December 3 from 12:00-4:00 p.m.
Oregon AFL-CIO (3645 SE 32nd Ave, Portland, OR 97202)
Supporters of Measure 101 of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities are welcome to attend for snacks and a rally from 12:00-1:00 p.m. and then we’ll hit the streets together to do some door-knocking! Rain ponchos will be provided. First-timers are very welcome!
Voting Yes on Measure 101 Will Ensure That:
- Every child in Oregon has access to healthcare.
- Working families, seniors, and people with disabilities keep the care they need.
- Health care costs and insurance premiums for hard-working Oregonians are stabilized.
- Funds are dedicated by law to health care programs.