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RSVP: Virtual Health Care Town Hall to Address Protections for NC's Most Vulnerable

Updated: Mar 30

**TOMORROW: 6:00 PM Virtual Health Care Town Hall**

Virtual Health Care Town Hall will address protections for North Carolina’s most vulnerable.

Raleigh, N.C. – On Thursday, March 26th at 6:00 p.m. ET, Piedmont Rising will host a virtual town hall to provide updates on health care in North Carolina.

Piedmont Rising will gather online to highlight the stories of North Carolinians with pre-existing conditions who have benefitted from the Affordable Care Act and to call for an end to the health care repeal lawsuit—particularly in light of the coronavirus pandemic, no one should ever wonder whether or not they have access to care, especially during a crisis like this. Additionally, we’ll discuss what the novel coronavirus means for the most vulnerable among us here in North Carolina.

WHAT: Virtual Town Hall to Discuss Pre-Existing Conditions Protections

WHEN: Thursday, March 26th, 6:00PM


  • Casey Wilkinson, Piedmont Rising Executive Director

  • DonnaMarie Woodson, ACA and American Cancer Society advocate, breast and colon cancer survivor

  • Anna Crollman, blogger, health care advocate, young mother and cancer survivor

WHY: High-risk North Carolinians will share personal stories on how they are being impacted by COVID-19. Piedmont Rising staff will update North Carolinians on the status of the ACA repeal lawsuit and how that may impact pre-existing conditions protections.

RSVP: RSVP by clicking here.

**Press interested in joining should RSVP to Jessica Coscia at jessica@piedmontrising.org for Zoom webinar details.**


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