Aromas groups invite public to talk about healthcare for all Sunday, Oct. 22

Join Assembly Members Mark Stone and Anna Caballero, with Sally Gwin Saterlee from the Healthy California Campaign, in a discussion about Senate Bill 562.

This announcement was provided by the Aromas Progressive Action League (APAL)

The Aromas chapter of Healthcare for All California (HCA) and the Aromas Progressive Action League (APAL) will meet this Sunday, October 22nd from 4:30-6:00pm at the Aromas Grange (corner of Rose and Bardue). We will be discussing a single payer healthcare system for California (similar to Medicare for All), with special attention to Senate Bill 562, the single payer health bill which has passed the California State Senate and is being considered by the State Assembly.

Assemblypersons Mark Stone and Anna Caballero with Sally Gwin Saterlee from the Healthy California Campaign will be on hand to speak and answer questions about this vitally important subject. Robert Rivas, current San Benito County Supervisor and Assembly District 30 candidate will also be in attendance, if people are interested in talking with him.

Please join us and add your thoughts and questions. Help us create an affordable healthcare system in California that provides quality care for all.



Leslie Austin is a 30+ year resident of Aromas, and works as a state and regional climate action organizer at the intersection of environment, environmental justice and labor to assist with rapid electrification and decarbonization policy, strong labor standards and job training programs, and fairness, equity and support for frontline communities. Leslie is a past elected school district trustee, and serves as the Chair of the San Benito County Democratic Party (