Film Screening Event in St. Louis

BIG PHARMA: MARKET FAILURE Wednesday, May 24, 2017 2:00 and 6:30 PM (90 minutes total. Includes open discussion.) St. Louis Central Public Library 1301 Olive St., St. Louis MO 63103 Free registration required Feeling hammered by out-of-control drug prices? If your doctor prescribed a drug on which your life depended, how much would you pay? Richard Master […]

Congressional Recess – Join Town Halls near you

Congressional Recess: Find a Town Hall near you

Another Congressional Recess is upon us – meaning our Members of Congress are back home to hear from us – their constituents. Here are the public town halls we currently know of – RSVP with us to let us know you’ll be there supporting access to health care. US Senator Claire McCaskill has announced that she […]

Seeking Board Members and Leaders

Missouri Health Care for All is seeking Board members and community leaders to help us advance our Principle that every Missourian deserves quality, affordable health care. Please read on for more information and a short application form. Click here for the Board Member Application Who We Are Missouri Health Care for All is a statewide, […]

MHCFA is Seeking Board Members and Leaders

Missouri Health Care for All is seeking Board members and community leaders to help us advance our Principle that every Missourian deserves quality, affordable health care. Please read on for more information and a short application form. Click here for the Board Member Application Who We Are Missouri Health Care for All is a statewide, […]

The Medicaid Block Grant; Who Will Suffer?

Assault on Medicaid – The Block Grant Edition By Lexi Amos, Parent advocate for children’s rights Published in Missouri Autism Report, March/April 2017 edition In January, Missouri Senator David Slater (District 29: serving Barry, Lawrence, McDonald, Stone, and Taney Counties) introduced a bill that would change the financial structure of Missouri Medicaid (Mo HealthNet) into […]

We’re bringing the town hall to Senator Blunt this Saturday morning

Do our elected representatives care about our health care? This week is Congressional recess – meaning our elected officials have left their DC offices to join us, their constituents, back home in our home districts. Across the country members of Congress are holding public town halls to hear from their constituents. Currently, US Senator Roy […]

Senate Bill 28 on the move. Act now to save Medicaid.

Who loses under SB28? Kids, Families, Seniors & People with Disabilities

All session we have kept you updated on a dangerous bill – Senate Bill 28. Grassroots pressure from supporters like you stopped this dangerous bill in its tracks once. We’re at the point in session when bills turn into amendments to move through the process. We must remain diligent and we need you to take […]

Health Advocates Denounce U.S. Senate Vote to Gut Health Care

  The United State Senate voted in the wee hours of the morning, Thursday, January 12, to pass a budget resolution intended to dismantle much of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare or the ACA. The vote was 51-48, with all Republican Senators except one voting for it and all Democratic Senators voting […]