I was scheduled to be on a speakers panel in North Chicago at 2:30pm. That’s why I had to leave the Tom Rudd press conference at 2:50pm. The 2:30 pm event at North Chicago Library was co-organized by Our Revolution Lake County, National Nurses United, and the Illinois Single-Payer Coalition. It was a screening of the 35 min. healthcare documentary Fix It. I was scheduled to be on the speakers panel and that’s why I could not be more than 30 minutes late. Normally I would consider it unacceptable to show up 30 minutes late for an event I co-organized, but I wanted to show my support for Dr. Tom Rudd. I stand with the Ministers and Activists calling for Gov. Pritzker to pardon Dr. Rudd.
November 2, 2019
Shout out to everybody that cares
By Adam Broad
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This entry was posted on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 at 10:50 pm and tagged with Dr. Tom Rudd, Fix It, Illinois Single Payer Coalition, Lake County, Lincoln Plaza, Ministers Alliance, National Nurses United, North Chicago, North Chicago Public Library, Our Revolution Lake County, Single Payer, Waukegan and posted in Health Care, politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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