On the eve of President Obama's first State of the Union address, people in over 130 communities around the country rallied at Congressional offices Jan. 26.
Over 100 determined people attended an emergency rally Tuesday to save national health care reform. The gathering marched outside the office of Representative John Larson.
Seventy-three percent of Americans, including a majority of Republicans, like the idea of taxing those fat Wall Street bonuses.
President Obama's plan to announce a spending freeze for some domestic programs during his State of the Union address tomorrow is drawing fire.
Leaders of America's major unions, coming out of intense negotiations with the president and congressional leaders, said late yesterday that they were close to winning big improvements for workers in the health care reform legislation nearing completion in the Congress.
Californians rally and lobby for a statewide single-payer health care system.
Hundreds of seniors from all over the state gathered at the Chowder Pot restaurant in Hartford to learn about the meaning of health care reform.
Health Care for America Now has launched an intensive campaign calling for public option and other measures in the final bill.
Health care reformers applauded the Senate's vote for a health care reform bill, calling it "groundwork" for expanding and improving the health care system in the weeks and months ahead.
A Philadelphia rally makes the point that the Senate's health care bill is not the end of the struggle.