June 19, 2024

Activists argue that residents of East Palestine should receive free health care

FREE HEALTHCARE. WE LIVE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CAN BE HERE FOR YOU. IF YOU BELIEVE IN HUMAN RIGHTS, YOU SHOULD NOT BE WAITING FOR SOMETHING TO BE GIVEN TO YOU BEFORE YOU REALLY CARE. JODIE MARIE MANN WASN’T EXPECTING A MASSIVE CONVERSION FRIDAY NIGHT, BUT SHE’S GLAD SOME FRIENDS AND HEALTHCARE ACTIVITIES JOINED HIM FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY ON A PROFESSIONAL TRADE. WHEN I HEARD THAT PEOPLE WERE RALLYING IN EAST PALESTINE, I HAD TO BE THERE. ZACH SCHIMMEL, 18 YEARS OLD, TRAVELED WITH HIS MOM FROM CHICAGO IN SOLIDARITY WITH PEOPLE IN EASTERN PALESTINE AND THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES WHO WERE PARTICIPATING IN THE LIBERAL IN ACTION. WHAT TO DO AFTER WHEN IT SHOWS HOW THE GOVERNMENT IS THERE FIGHTING AGAINST THE PEOPLE ON THE LAND. THE ACTIVITIES HERE SAY THIS IS NOT INTENTIONALLY POLITICAL. They think POLITICIANS on both sides of the aisle have dropped the ball here, BUT THEY NEED TO APPEAL TO POINTERS IF THEY WANT TO HEAR THEIR CLAIMS. ONE OF THE ONES IS FOR IMPLEMENTATION IN 1881 A, SHE IS TALKING ABOUT SECTION 1881. A OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT, PROVIDING FOR THE OBAMA CARE AMENDMENT OF THE ACT TO PROVIDE GOVERNMENT MEDICAL BENEFITS TO PEOPLE WHO ARE DUE TO ENVIRONMENTAL EXPERTS. EAST PALESTINE RESIDENT, JESS CONARD, WAS PRESENT IN LIBYA, MONTANA, WHEN PEOPLE RECEIVED CHEAP HEALTH CARE AFTER EXPOSURE TO ASBESTOS. SHE IS DELIGHTED TO DEVELOP A PLAN TO IMPLEMENT A COMPLETE HEALTH MEDICAL EXAMINATION PLAN FOR ANYONE WITH TWO. THAT THEY ARE MORE OF THEM. EARLIER TODAY, MARIE MANN AND OTHER ACTIVITIES WERE IN DARLINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA, GIVING WATER AND OTHER SUPPLIES TO PEOPLE WHO ARE REALLY IN SITUATION AND AGAIN OUT THERE THEY WERE IMPACTED. THEY’LL BE IN LISBON, OHIO, FOR THAT MEDICINE FOR EVERY RALLY. WE’

Before the Ohio rally, activists argue that residents of East Palestine should receive free health care

Joy Marie Mann wasn’t expecting a large crowd Friday night, but she was thrilled that some of her close friends and fellow activists traveled from across the country to meet before a health care rally in Ohio. ists in Schenley Park talked to each other about their plans to attend a “Medicare for All” descent in Lisbon, Ohio. The rally, which is taking place outside the Columbiana Courthouse on Saturday, has been promoted as the “March for Medicare for All Rally and Mutual Aid for East Palestine.” “What should happen when there’s a disaster like that is the government should be there fighting for the people on the ground,” said Zach Schimel, 18, who traveled from Chicago with his mother. He plans to address the crowd gathered Saturday. Mann, Schimel and others drew attention to the Social Security Act of 1881A, which provides Medicare coverage to people exposed to environmental health hazards. The provision was included in the Affordable Care Act to help residents after exposure to asbestos from a vermiculite mine. “It’s kind of an emergency.” It is unclear whether people in East Palestine and the surrounding communities would qualify for Medicare under this provision, since the conditions described in the statute are asbestos-related conditions. , Montana “What I want to see is to put a plan in place – a robust medical health screening plan – for anyone who wants it,” Jess Conard said Wednesday.

Joy Marie Mann wasn’t expecting a large crowd Friday night, but she was thrilled that some of her close friends and fellow activists traveled from across the country to meet before a health care rally in Ohio.

“They are just passionate people who are very caring and support nationally improved ‘Medicare for All’ and who believe in human rights,” said Marie Mann, a health care activist from Harrisburg.

Between interviews, speeches and a short candlelight vigil, Mann and the other activists in Schenley Park talked to each other about their plans to attend the “Medicare for All” rally in Lisbon, Ohio. The rally, which is happening outside the Columbiana Courthouse on Saturday, has been promoted as the “March for Medicare for All Rally and Mutual Aid for East Palestine.”

“What should happen when there’s a disaster like that is for the government to be there fighting for the people on the ground,” said Zach Schimel, 18, who traveled from Chicago with his mother. He plans to address the assembled crowd on Saturday.

Attention has been drawn by Mann, Schimel and others The Social Welfare Act 1881Awhich provides Medicare coverage for people exposed to environmental health hazards.

Shortly after an obscure provision of the Affordable Care Act amended the Social Security Act to extend Medicare coverage to those with environmental hazards, people in Libby, Montana, were considered eligible for Medicare. The provision was included in the Affordable Care Act to help residents after exposure to asbestos from a vermiculite mine.

“East Palestine definitely qualifies,” Schimel said. “It’s a kind of emergency situation.”

It is unclear whether people in East Palestine and surrounding communities would qualify for Medicare under this provision, since the conditions described in the statute are asbestos-related.

Earlier this week, after people from East Palestine and Beaver County gathered in Darlington to learn about independent test results that showed high levels of dioxin, an East Palestine resident told Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 that she and her neighbors should be treated like people in Libby, Montana.

“What I want to see is to put a plan in place – a strong medical health screening plan – for anyone who wants it,” Jess Conard said Wednesday.

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