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Please →SIGN UP FOR OUR EMAIL AND SMS (TEXT) UPDATES← We will send you exclusive information about our efforts including policy position papers, webinar invitations, campaign intelligence, and other important actionable items. You can sign up BELOW or, better yet, drop us a line! Just text 'Medicaid' to (772) 577-2336.
Dakotans for Health relies on small donations from a lot of people like you to fund our fight to improve healthcare in the Dakotas. Please consider BECOMING A MONTHLY DONOR. Our state certified BALLOT COMMITTEE can accept unlimited funds from any person or entity. Your donation will go DIRECTLY to supporting our 2022 Medicaid Reform Campaign. You can DONATE via →CHECK← or online via →ActBlue←.
We are running a full fledged volunteer effort to collect signatures for our petition drive. Please →BECOME A PETITION CIRCULATOR← if you can and make sure you follow all the rules listed on our FAQ PAGE. Every signature we collect with volunteers saves precious resources that we can invest in a winning campaign!
Are you a small business person owner, hospital worker, veteran, or church leader? Have you lost insurance coverage due to recent unemployment? Research shows that your neighbors are more likely to support Medicaid Reform if that they know how it will impact people they know. So please →SHARE YOUR STORY← with us! It is critical to the success of this effort.
Unsure if your story would qualify? SUBMIT it anyway! Medicaid Reform will bring $301,800,000 to South Dakota each and every year which will be used to extend health services to over 42,500 of our fellow citizens and help keep our rural hospitals open. This will create thousands of jobs and help small businesses too. Everyone wins on this one.