This Tuesday: Make your voice (and your tax dollars) heard!

This post was written by our Program Director, Micah Nielsen. If you want to join us in engaging thousands of women and allies across the state during the 2017 Montana Legislative Session and beyond, visit our website and click “Volunteer!”

This Tax Day, make your voice — and your tax dollars — heard! Join us in lifting the voices of Montanans impacted by Medicaid and the ACA and to demand that Senator Tester and Senator Daines show leadership on the issues of health care reform before them in Congress this spring.

Join us this Tuesday, April 18th at noon in Bozeman at the Post Office on Babcock and stand up for health care access for all of our neighbors and friends. Click here for more information or email Micah at

We are facing a serious threat to access to health care for over 142,000 Montanans. The proposals being shopped around Washington D.C. threaten coverage for everyone — working families, children, seniors, people with disabilities — everyone who today or in the future will rely on Medicare, Medicaid, or the Affordable Care Act.

Voice your support for Medicaid and the ACA, and tell Senators Tester and Daines to stand up for us by defending access to affordable health care at Tuesday’s rally in Bozeman.

What: Tax Day Rally for Health Care!
Where: The Post office on Babcock, 32 E Babcock St, Bozeman.
When: April 18th from 12pm-1pm

If you can’t make it to the Tax Day Rally on Tuesday, please take a minute to call and voice your support for Medicaid and the ACA and demand that Congress stops their effort to repeal vital provisions of the ACA that provide much-needed health care access to thousands of Montanans. Our Senators need to keep hearing from all of us.

Senator Tester: (202) 224–2644
Senator Daines: (202) 224–2651

This threat is very real, lives depend on this decision, and we need to act now. Please take two minutes to call Senator Tester and Senator Daines and we’ll see you on Tuesday at the Tax Day Rally in Bozeman!

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In solidarity,

Micah Nielsen
Program Director