MONROE COUNTY, PA. —State Representative Maureen Madden, D- Monroe, the State Innovation Exchange, and the Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center will host a telephone town hall meeting next Thursday focused on a top Democratic priority in the coming budget debate: protecting access to affordable health care. Pennsylvania residents will have the opportunity to hear about how Pennsylvania Democrats are fighting for a state budget that puts people first and ask questions about the process.
WHAT: Telephone town hall meeting on access to affordable health care
WHO: State Representative Maureen Madden, D-Monroe; Marc Stier, Director, Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center; and Nikki Lu, Pennsylvania State Director, State Innovation Exchange
WHEN: Thursday, June 7, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. ET
The event is sponsored by the State Innovation Exchange and is open to the public and any members of the press. This is the last telephone town hall in a series of four events focused on priorities for the state budget: education; raising wages for working people; investing in crumbling infrastructure to put more Pennsylvanians to work; and ensuring access to affordable health care.