This email was sent to me earlier please respond if you can.
Please take the time to write, e-mail, call, and/or call you Senator and DEMAND that SJR25 be passed and the freedom of choice remains in the vote of the peolpe’s hands! This Senate Joint Resolution is referring to our freedom of choice in health care, and if we do not have our voices, our votes, accounted for NOW...I don’t foresee it being pretty. Seriously, this is a crucial point in history and Missouri can make it happen! Passing of SJR25 will next go to Supreme Court, so passing of SJR25 right here in Missouri could very well help the rest of the nation. It cannot be vetoed by the Governor, as it will be a constitutional amendment. This is all good in the House; the fight for the pass is in the Senate, as only one vote can filibuster this thing.
I shouldn’t have to sit here and beg you to do something so little as a few moments of your time to contact your Senator for such a vital issue that WILL affect the rest of YOUR LIFE…but I will… to ensure that all 2,825 of my closest friends have my back on this and actually do this thing! This will be on the Senate floor this Tuesday, which just so happens to be a Capitol Crusader Day (May 4th); I will be there first thing in the am (I normally do not show until Afternoon Session on Tuesdays). Please, contact your senator and ask, plead, implore, beseech, pray, insist, demand… (don’t beg…grin)…that they pass SJR25 and make sure to thank them, too. Below is a summary of this Resolution. Thank you for your time.
Katherine Cashell -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon voter approval, this constitutional amendment provides that no federal law shall compel a patient, employer, or health care provider to participate in any government or privately run health care system, nor prohibit a patient or employer from paying directly for legal health care services.
This amendment does not affect laws or regulations in effect as of January 1, 2010, affect which health care services a health care provider is required to perform, affect which health care services are provided by law, or prohibit care provided under worker's compensation.