MOSP meets at the Ethical Society of St Louis at
9001 Clayton Rd., just west of the Galleria.
Meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted and are open to the public. Ample parking is located in the back lot near the door to the Hanke Room (where the meetings are usually held).
(In case a cancellation due to weather is necessary, consult the MoSP website at www.mosp.us after 2pm on the day of the program.)
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Welcome to Movie Night!
sponsored by Missourians for Single Payer
Thursday, July 21 at 6:30 pm
Hanke Room, Ethical Society of St. Louis, 9001 Clayton Road
Ample parking behind the building by the rear entrance
Medicare's 51st Birthday is July 30th!
On Friday, July 29
Single payer advocates in Congressional District 1 will meet with Congressman Lacy Clay to thank him for his work to protect and preserve U.S. Medicare, our nation’s single payer health program for Americans age 65 and older,
and to advocate for HR 676, Improved Medicare for All.
As in years past, we will bring a cake to celebrate Medicare’s birthday, as well as Congressman Clay’s.
If you are his constituent, and want to join us,
please contact Mimi Signor at email@example.com
for specific details.
Missourians for Single Payer works with the Gateway Green Alliance to educate and advocate for better health for more people. We support single payer and the ideal that everyone deserves health care. Green Time TV, KNLC Channel 24-1, airs in St. Louis City, surrounding counties at noon on Saturdays and Channel 24-2 at 8 pm on Mondays, in Springfield on Channel 39, Joplin on Channel 36 and Marshfield, MO on Channel 17. Green Time programs air on these dates:
August 6 & 8: “Broken Health Care: Patients and Families,” a MoSP program
August 13 & 15: “Ignoring the Future: Misuse of Water,”
August 20 & 22: “Benefits of Energy Efficiency,” and
August 27 & 29: “Youth in the Climate Movement.”