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Who We Are

40 Days for Health Reform is an effort from the faith community to make clear to Congress that quality, affordable health care for every American family is a moral priority for millions of people of faith. Health care reform is far too important of an issue to let special interests hijack the debate with disruptions and distractions. 40 Days for Health Reform is moving the debate forward with a nationwide TV ad featuring local clergy and lay leaders supporting reform, prayer rallies and in-district meetings reaching over 100 Members of Congress, and a call-in webcast featuring President Obama and diverse faith leaders. 40 Days for Health Reform is led by PICO National Network, Sojourners, Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good, Faith in Public Life, and Faithful America.

40 Minutes for Health Reform

Wednesday, August 19th, 5PM EDT the faith community is sponsoring a national call in and audio webcast on health care reform featuring from across the country and special guest President Barack Obama. 40 Minutes for Health Reform is sponsored by: National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.; Progressive National Baptist Convention; Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; NETWORK, A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby; United Methodist Church General Board of Church and Society; The Episcopal Church; Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference; Jewish Council for Public Affairs; Gamaliel Foundation; Faithful Reform in Health Care; Unitarian Universalist Association; African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME); The New Evangelicals; National Council of Churches in Christ; Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; United Church of Christ; The Latino Leadership Circle; Christian Community Development Association; Islamic Society of North America; Washington Office of Women's Divisions, General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church; Jewish Women International; Islamic Medical Association of North America; Presbyterian Church (USA), Washington Office; Disciples Center for Public Witness; Disciples Justice Action Network; Catholics United; Faith in Public Life; Faithful America; PICO National Network; Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good; Sojourners Cosponsors of the faith community’s national call to action for health insurance reform are: religious denominations or faith-based organizations that work on a wide range of public policy issues, rather than primarily in any one issue area, and support health insurance reform, or faith-based organizations that focus solely on health care reform.

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Katie Paris or Kristin Williams press@faithinpubliclife.org 202-243-8289 or 202-459-8625