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Who pays the price for inadequate local #publichealth? Residents of rural areas, gateway cities & low-income communities of color. We CAN change that by using federal ARPA funds to transform our local public health system. Raise your voice to support Five Percent for Local Public Health! Sign our letter: tinyurl.com/LPHLetter #mapoli
Senator Jo Comerford State Representative Hannah Kane Denise Garlick State Representative MAHB.org
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Who pays the price for inadequate local #publichealth? Residents of rural areas, gateway cities & low-income communities of color. We CAN change that by using federal ARPA funds to transform our local public health system. Raise your voice to support Five Percent for Local Public Health! Sign our letter: tinyurl.com/LPHLetter #mapoli
Senator Jo Comerford State Representative Hannah Kane Denise Garlick State Representative MAHB.org

Local public health workers make sure we don’t get food poisoning at restaurants, get sick from swimming in the local town pool, or drink contaminated water. They also respond to cases of communicable disease like #COVID19. So why do some small towns in #MA lack any public health staff at all? This system needs reform! Sign our letter to Support Five Percent for Local Public Health! tinyurl.com/LPHLetter #mapoli Senator Jo Comerford State Representative Hannah Kane Denise Garlick State Representative MAHB.org ... See MoreSee Less

Local public health workers make sure we don’t get food poisoning at restaurants, get sick from swimming in the local town pool, or drink contaminated water. They also respond to cases of communicable disease like #COVID19. So why do some small towns in #MA lack any public health staff at all? This system needs reform! Sign our letter to Support Five Percent for Local Public Health! tinyurl.com/LPHLetter #mapoli Senator Jo Comerford State Representative Hannah Kane Denise Garlick State Representative MAHB.org

The inequities laid bare by the COVID pandemic did not happen in a vacuum. Demand strong public health services for ALL Massachusetts residents. Support Five Percent for Local Public Health to create the equitable and efficient system #ma needs! Sign our letter today: tinyurl.com/LPHARPALetter #mapoli Senator Jo Comerford State Representative Hannah Kane Denise Garlick State Representative MAHB.org ... See MoreSee Less

The inequities laid bare by the COVID pandemic did not happen in a vacuum. Demand strong public health services for ALL Massachusetts residents. Support Five Percent for Local Public Health to create the equitable and efficient system #MA needs! Sign our letter today: tinyurl.com/LPHARPALetter #mapoli Senator Jo Comerford State Representative Hannah Kane Denise Garlick State Representative MAHB.org

Does your community have enough qualified staff to inspect restaurants, summer camps, municipal pools, and public water supplies? How about to report communicable diseases, implement contact tracing and deliver vaccines? Unless you live in one of the wealthiest communities in our state, the answer is most likely "No". It's time to change that! Take action today: tinyurl.com/LPHARPALetter youtu.be/8G4PMoujiOc MAHB.org ... See MoreSee Less

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The Mass in Motion RFR has been posted! Applications for funding to increase opportunities for active living and access to healthy and affordable food are due 12/13. Learn more: www.commbuys.com/bso/external/bidDetail.sdo?docId=BD-21-1031-BCHAP-BCH01-58616&external=true&pare... #healthequity #publichealthmatters ... See MoreSee Less

The Mass in Motion RFR has been posted! Applications for funding to increase opportunities for active living and access to healthy and affordable food are due 12/13. Learn more: https://www.commbuys.com/bso/external/bidDetail.sdo?docId=BD-21-1031-BCHAP-BCH01-58616&external=true&parentUrl=close #healthequity #publichealthmatters
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Who pays the price for inadequate local #publichealth? Residents of rural areas, Gateway Cities & low-income communities of color. We CAN change that by using #ARPA funds to fix our broken system. Raise your voice to support 5% for Local Public Health! http://tinyurl.com/LPHLetter

Only 4 days until the 9/20 Racial Inequities in Maternal Health Commission public meeting/listening session. Deadline to sign up to testify has been extended to 9/18 at 12 PM. Please take 5 mins to visit http://bit.ly/rimh920, sign up/submit testimony, & spread the word. 1/4

Local public health (LPH) workers make sure we don’t drink contaminated water & respond to cases of communicable disease like #COVID19. So why do some #MA towns lack any public health staff at all? This system needs reform! Support 5% for LPH today! http://tinyurl.com/LPHLetter

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