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Town Hall in Durham will highlight the need for affordable health care in North Carolina

Updated: Mar 2, 2020

Advocates will gather in response to Tillis’ refusal to fight for North Carolinians’ health care and defend the Affordable Care Act

Raleigh, N.C. — In response to skyrocketing prescription drug costs and Senator Thom Tillis’ refusal to fight for Medicare negotiations, advocates are gathering in Durham to speak out. With almost half of Durham residents reporting that diabetes, obesity, and food access were top concerns in their communities, access to health care remains a top priority among Durham residents.

Piedmont Rising will host a town hall and provide participants with a North Carolina update on health care in the state, as well as an open forum to ask questions and identify community concerns. Attendees are encouraged to share their health care stories to further humanize this important issue for North Carolina families.

WHAT: Durham Health Care Town Hall

WHO: Hosted by Piedmont Rising

WHERE: Hayti Heritage Center

804 Old Fayetteville St.

Durham, NC 27701

WHEN: 6:00 - 7:00 PM

Throughout the month of February, Piedmont Rising has joined grassroots efforts across the state to promote lower drug costs and an end to the assault on North Carolinians' access to better care.

This month, Health Care Town Hall meetings will be held in Durham and Morganton, with additional locations to be announced through July.

The event is free and open to the public. You can learn more about the town hall and RSVP at


Jessica Coscia


About Piedmont Rising

Piedmont Rising is a 501 (c)4 issue advocacy organization built by and for North Carolinians to advocate for lower insurance premiums and prescription drug costs, and to ensure that more people have access to safe and affordable health care. Through grassroots organizing, education, and engagement, we are amplifying our health care stories and holding our elected officials accountable to the people, and issues, they were elected to represent.

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