Small business owners are invited to attend a luncheon in Greenville, SC, for a discussion on Medicare for All and what it would mean for small businesses and small business owners of South Carolina.
While the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce does not endorse candidates and does not have a position at this time on health care reform proposals, it is important for small business owners to learn and ask questions about different proposals.
This free luncheon will be this Sunday, November 10 at 1:30PM and is being sponsored by the Bernie Sanders Presidential campaign.
Presenting at the luncheon will be the Sanders National Campaign Co-Chair, Senator Nina Turner, physician and Medicare for All Activist Dr. Victoria Dooley, and the stars of the film Knock Down the House, Amy Vilela, Cori Bush, and Paula Jean Swearengin.
Medicare for All and Small Business Luncheon
Sunday, November 10
1:30 – 2:30 PM
424 Westfield St., Greenville, SC 29601
The Small Business Chamber welcomes the opportunity for small business owners to be engaged in the health care reform debate. We appreciate the Sanders campaign providing an opportunity specifically for small businesses to contribute to the health care reform discussion. Other campaigns can also contact the Small Business Chamber to give the same opportunity for information and questions. (email@example.com)