From Pride At Work

January 31, 2008 ·

From the wonderful folks at Pride At Work:

Poll after poll show working families view health care as one of the most important issues facing our country today.

But we know these polls only tell part of the story. We want to know more–more about how the health care system affects you and your family.

Take our Healthcare Survey

Do you have health care coverage for yourself, for your partner? Does your employer offer domestic partner benefits? Are you left out of many healthcare plans because of transgender exclusions?

We need to hear your stories. We are at a moment where we could make healthcare for all a reality in America. But your stories are key to making that happen.

Our 2008 Health Care for America Survey gives you the chance to make your voice heard and ensure that leaders and candidates at every level understand what working families are experiencing.

Click here to take the 2008 Health Care for America Survey

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