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Quick Poll for AP Government

Hello, we are Lekha Pillarisetti and Ingrid Hsu from Mr. LaTorra's AP Government class. Please fill out this quick poll on whether or not you find Proposition 8 beneficial enough to vote for it on the 2018 ballot. 

 

Poll Link: https://goo.gl/forms/xLE0JGmrfz9jsTfs1

 

Background Information:
Changes the allocation of money in kidney dialysis clinics. Prohibits clinics from refusing to treat patients based on payment source. After 115% of revenue from the last fiscal year is reached, the rest of the money will be given off in a rebate program (refunds to patients).

 

What your vote means:
YES
: Dialysis is a life-saving treatment, but big dialysis corporations making huge profits don't invest enough in basic sanitation and patient care. YES ON 8 supports investment in quality patient care and stops overcharging that drives up costs for Californians.

 

NO: Proposition 8 is OPPOSED by thousands of nurses, doctors, patients, the American Nurses Association\California, California Medical Association, American College of Emergency Physicians of CA because it would result in the closure of many dialysis clinics in California—dangerously reducing access to care, putting the lives of vulnerable dialysis patients at risk, and increasing costs for California taxpayers.

 

Thank you for your time and effort!

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Posted by: Lekha Pillarisetti Published:10/11/18
Audience: CSF, Homepage, Colors for Charity, Key Club, Red Cross Club, Science Alliance and Homepage


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