BAD FOR OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma already has one of the lowest health insurance rates in the nation. The Governor’s health care proposal (SoonerCare 2.0) limits coverage and endangers many Oklahomans through its unnecessary barriers to much-needed health care.

RESPECT OKLAHOMA VOTERS

Lawmakers had nearly a decade to figure out how to expand Oklahoma’s health care. Meanwhile, a record number of Oklahomans have demanded a vote on SQ 802—calling for full Medicaid expansion. We should respect the will of the voters rather than confusing the issue with a hastily assembled and untested health care proposal.

FULL COVERAGE NEEDED

The Governor’s proposal leaves many Oklahomans without life-saving health care. By comparison, a full Medicaid expansion would allow more than 200,000 Oklahomans to see a doctor, get treatment for a chronic illness, or even fill a prescription.

Time left to speak out against the Governor’s proposal:


Deadline to submit comment: June 27, 2020

June 30 – Make Plans to Vote

Full Medicaid expansion, as included in SQ 802, is included on the June 30 statewide ballot. All Oklahomans are encouraged to participate in this important election whether voting in person or by absentee ballot.

SQ 802: Non-partisan Info & ResourcesOklahoma Election BoardFinding a Notary for Absentee Ballots
TAKE ACTION

What you can do:

Federal administrators have opened up a 30-day comment period for Oklahomans to comment about the Governor’s health care proposal that he calls SoonerCare 2.0. As part of that process, Oklahomans get 30 days to have their say about the proposal. You can speak up by submitting a comment or taking action below.

SUBMIT PUBLIC COMMENT

Submit a public comment to the federal government

Action
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