Town Hall Meetings – Budget Bingo

Extremist politicians in Washington want to push through a budget that slashes healthcare and eliminates necessary programs for seniors and families while giving a 15% raise to the wealthiest.

The proposed budget cuts would include cutting Meals on Wheels and gutting Medicaid – necessary services for senior citizens. Additionally, lawmakers in Harrisburg are following in their footsteps proposing a budget that includes none of the promised funding for family sustaining infrastructure jobs and drastic cuts to state education.

On April 18th and 19th, people across PA will be holding community meetings to play Budget Bingo and to learn how we can make lawmakers in DC and Harrisburg work for seniors, kids, people with disabilities, and hard-working families. Join us!

 

 

Tuesday April 18th

Johnstown, 6:00pm

6:00 PM Panera Bread Meeting Room 400 Towne Center Drive Johnstown, PA 15904
Wednesday April 19th 

Allentown, 4:30pm

3900 Hamilton Blvd, Allentown, PA 18103
Beaver County, 6pm

1445 Market Street Bridgewater, PA 15009
Erie, 6:30pm

Community Room, Urban Erie Community Development Corp. 2046 E 19th St, Erie, PA 16510
NEPA, 6pm

IBEW Hall 431 Wyoming Ave, Scranton, PA 18503
SEPA 7:15pm

USW Local 10-234, 1522 Chichester Avenue, Linwood, PA, 19061
Washington County, 6pm

The Center on Strawberry, 59 E Strawberry Ave, Washington, PA 15301

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 484-373-4124.  To download Flyers with additional details for any of the above events click here: http://bit.ly/2oGA9Rk

We are asking for feedback if you attend this event, please let us know your thoughts and if the event was informative and helpful.  Please forward your response to: local668@seiu668.org, please include your name and phone number in case we need to follow up with you. 

 

A more detailed description of what the “Skinny Budget” means for PA’s Public Services:  http://bit.ly/2prFFbA

 BudgetBingo!


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