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Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids From their website:

"Through strategic communications and policy advocacy campaigns, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and the Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund work to change public attitudes about tobacco and promote proven policies that are most effective at reducing tobacco use and save the most lives. The two organizations work closely together to achieve the greatest impact."

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Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services From their website:

"CMS is the federal agency that provides health coverage to more than 160 million through Medicare, Medicaid, the Children's Health Insurance Program, and the Health Insurance Marketplace. CMS works in partnership with the entire health care community to improve quality, equity and outcomes in the health care system."

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Community Catalyst From their website:

"We deserve a health system that works for all people and embraces the central role that community leaders and organizations must play in shaping decisions about the coverage and care people get. A more responsive and accountable health system will mean better coverage, better care, and better health. To get there, we are working with partners across the country to build community engagement and organizing initiatives designed to make the health industry and policymakers more attuned to what people want and need — and more accountable for making it happen."

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Doctors for America From their website:

"We believe:

  1. Every person in America has a fundamental right to equitable, high-quality, and affordable health care.
  2. Everyone should have the opportunity to lead a healthy life.
  3. Every part of society should value and promote healthy families and communities.
  4. Doctors should take a leadership role in improving health care and ending health disparities."

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Doctors Without Borders From their website:

"Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) offers medical humanitarian assistance to people based solely on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender, or political affiliation. Our teams of doctors, nurses, logisticians, and other frontline workers are often among the first on the scene when peoples' lives are upended by conflict, disease outbreaks, or natural or human-made disasters.

The decision to respond is based solely on our independent assessment of medical needs."

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Federal Office of Rural Health Policy From their website:

"The Federal Office of Rural Health Policy (FORHP) administers grant programs designed to build health care capacity at both the local and state levels. We also coordinate activities related to rural health care within the Department of Health and Human Services and have the department-wide responsibility for analyzing the possible effects of policy on residents of rural communities."

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Families USA From their website:

"Families USA, a leading national, non-partisan voice for health care consumers, is dedicated to achieving high-quality, affordable health care and improved health for all. Our work is driven by and centered around four pillars: value, equity, coverage and people's experience. We view these focus areas — and the various issues unique to each area — as the cornerstones of America's health care system."

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"Open Enrollment runs from November 1 through January 15.

  • Enroll by December 15 for coverage that starts January 1
  • Enroll by January 15 for coverage that starts February 1."

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Healthcare NOW From their website:

"We are fighting for a national single-payer healthcare system because access to healthcare is basic to human dignity."

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Moms Rising From their website:

"First, a handful of women came together, and then that handful became hundreds, the hundreds became thousands, and through friends telling friends, MomsRising is now more than a million members strong and growing!"

"MomsRising combines the best of American innovation and ingenuity. We are a transformative on-the-ground and online multicultural organization of more than a million members and over a hundred aligned organizations working to increase family economic security, to end discrimination against women and mothers, and to build a nation where both businesses and families can thrive."

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My Vote My Health from their site:

"Across the country, and here at home, local elections will determine the outcomes of questions big and small. And so many issues that affect your health, and your community's health, are on the ballot! The first step in voting for your health is registering to vote! Take 30 seconds to register to vote or check your voter registration online if you've recently moved or changed your name. That's it! It's that easy!

If we are going to improve the health of ourselves, our families, and our community, elections are one important opportunity to vote for the issues that will improve our health. Clean air and water, safe neighborhoods, education, access to green spaces and affordable medication: all of these issues affect our health, and they are on the ballot through the candidates and issues you vote on. Your health is on the ballot!"

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Planned Parenthood from their site:

"In October 2016, Planned Parenthood turned 100 years strong. Planned Parenthood was founded on the revolutionary idea that women should have the information and care they need to live strong, healthy lives and fulfill their dreams - no ceilings, no limits." "Today, Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world."

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Reproductive Freedom For All from their site:

"Reproductive Freedom For All, formerly NARAL Pro-Choice America, has helped lead the charge for over 50 years in the fight for abortion rights, access to birth control, parental leave policies, and pregnancy protections."

"1969 NARAL is established. The National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws, NARAL, is established at the "First National Conference on Abortion Laws: Modification or Repeal" conference held in Chicago."

"2023 NARAL launches its 2023 "Freedom for Everybody" organizing and mobilization program. This program builds on the momentum of the midterms, giving voters and supporters more ways to act on their values by training them to organize in their own communities. NARAL changes its name to Reproductive Freedom for All as it continues its commitment to equitable access to reproductive health care."

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