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Have something to say? Here's how to get in touch with your local officials, both on the national and state level.

 

U.S. Senate

Markey, Edward
202-224-2742
www.markey.senate.gov

Warren, Elizabeth
202-224-4543
www.warren.senate.gov

 

U.S. House of Representatives

Neal, Richard
202-225-5601
https://neal.house.gov/

 

State Senate

Hinds, Adam
617-722-1625
413-344-4561

 

State Representative

Barrett, John
617-722-2305
 
Farley-Bouvier, Tricia
Tricia.Farley-Bouvier@mahouse.gov
617-722-2240
413-442-4300
 
Mark, Paul
Paul.Mark@mahouse.gov
617-722-2692
413-464-5635

Pignatelly, William 'Smitty'
rep.smitty@mahouse.gov
617-722-2017
413-637-0015
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Medicare For All Bill Slowly Building Support in Massachusetts

By Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — There's a group working hard to make Massachusetts the Saskatchewan of the United States. 
 
State Rep. Lindsay Sabadosa, 1st Hampshire District, sees the potential for the Bay State to follow the Canadian province's groundbreaking example in 1962 of being the first to provide single-payer health care to its citizens.
 
"Health-care costs are rising by 3 percent every year ... we know we're in an untenable situation where health care costs keep rising, where people are paying more and more every year," she told more than three dozen people gathered at the Tavern on the A on Thursday night. "We need to really come up with something bold and dramatic that isn't based on corporate insurance."
 
The Northampton Democrat, joined on Thursday by state Rep. Paul Mark, is now the lead sponsor on a Medicare for All bill that's been bouncing around the State House for two decades. And they both see growing support for government-run health care in recent years. 
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