Write to Senator Conrad Today!

Write Senator Conrad online now!Senator Conrad is playing a key role in the health care reform debate. As Senator Conrad searches for solutions to rural America's health care challenges, he needs to hear from rural North Dakotans, small business owners and family farmers and ranchers.

Will you write to Senator Conrad about health care reform today?

Our current health care system is not working for rural America. Too often, farmers and rural small business owners are forced to purchase coverage in the individual market where they pay more and receive less. Without adequate health care, rural communities suffer. On the other hand, health care reform that works for all of America will spur entrepreneurial rural development and stimulate our economy.

Here are some talking points to include when you write to Senator Conrad.

  • Owner-operated farms, ranches and small businesses dominate the rural economy. Reform must provide options - including a public health insurance option - for small business and their employees.
  • Rural America needs health care reform that provides quality, affordable options to everyone, treats rural providers fairly and creates incentives to keep our doctors, nurses and other providers in our small towns.
  • Write about your own experience with health care, or the importance of health care reform to your community.

Mail your letter to:
Senator Kent Conrad
Attention: Kate Spaziani
U.S. Federal Building, Room 228
220 East Rosser Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501

You can also write to the Senator online at this link: https://conrad.senate.gov/contact/webform.cfm

Senator Conrad is the Chairman on the Senate Budget Committee, the committee that controls the money need for health care reform. That means North Dakotans have a powerful voice in this debate.

Please let Steph Larsen at the Center know if you write to Senator Conrad. Email StephL@cfra.org or call 402-687-2103 x1014. Knowing that you wrote helps us track our progress towards health care reform.

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