Feb. Meeting & Steering Update

We’re getting back to issues-advocacy for our big February meeting. Our Healthcare Action Team is bringing in Dr. Bill Honigan to discuss the Healthy California Act (SB-562) at a free public event titled “What’s the deal with Single-Payer?”

This will be the first event of our new “What’s the deal…” series, which will highlight different progressive issues through a local lens. Here are the meeting details:

“What’s the deal with Single-Payer” 

Saturday February 17, 2018 

Carden Conservatory Elementary School   

5702 Clark Dr. H.B. 92649 

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

(Doors open at 9:30 a.m. come early to chat with our Action Teams)

This is a FREE event. No tickets required but Facebook RSVP’s are apprieciated. Click Here for the Facebook Event 

Here’s more info on our speaker:

Dr. Bill Honigman has been a practicing Emergency Room Physician in Orange County CA for over 30 years. He has been active in Democratic Party politics since his youth, and is currently an organizer for the grassroots group Progressive Democrats of America PDA, acting as California State Coordinator and Orange County Chapter Leader, and is a Coordinator for PDA’s national Healthcare Human Rights Issue Organizing Team.

Some Steering Team Highlights:

Official Minutes from the January Steering Team meeting are being finalized but Cathey has written up some some key take-aways: 1_23_2018 Steering Committee

-We will be participating in the Great America Write In event on March 24. Libby will be the lead and the Women’s Rights Team will provide support. Each action team will create writing statements that can be used.

-For March we plan to hold a Candidate Forum for the 72nd and 74th State Assembly Districts. All candidates will be invited to attend. We will use our candidate forum model that we established during the 48th Congressional Forums.

-April Huddle is being planned by the Environment Team.

-We are considering adding an Operations/Facilities Use Team.

-A resale license is also being considered. We voted to acquire a HB Huddle credit card to facilitate online purchases and for making deposits.