No on 29:
Stop Yet Another
Dangerous Dialysis
Proposition

Despite overwhelmingly being rejected by voters twice in the last two election cycles, SEIU-UHW is back a third time with Prop 29 that puts patients' lives at risk. Like last time, this latest proposition will again jeopardize access to care, worsen our health care provider shortage and increase health care costs for all Californians.

  • Gregory R.
    Dialysis Patient
    Long Beach, CA

  • Marc B.
    Kidney Transplant Patient
    Anaheim, CA

  • Angie G.
    Dialysis Patient
    Newport Beach, CA

No on 29:
Stop Yet Another
Dangerous Dialysis
Proposition

Despite overwhelmingly being rejected by voters twice in the last two election cycles, SEIU-UHW is back a third time with Prop 29 that puts patients' lives at risk. Like last time, this latest proposition will again jeopardize access to care, worsen our health care provider shortage and increase health care costs for all Californians.

 
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  • Dialysis Technicians

  • Community Groups
  • Patient Advocates

Angie's StoryDialysis Patient

Dialysis patients like Angie depend on regular treatments to stay alive. Prop 29 would shut down dialysis clinics, putting these patients' lives at risk.

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No on 29 Launches Voter Education Campaign

Sacramento – A coalition representing dialysis patients, doctors, nurses, social justice advocates and dialysis providers today launched its No on 29 voter education campaign to inform voters about the dangers of Prop 29 which will jeopardize patient access to care, worsen our health care provider shortage and increase health care costs for all Californians.

Press Release | September 19, 2022

Paid for by No on 29: Stop Yet Another Dangerous Dialysis Proposition, sponsored by patients, doctors, nurses and dialysis providers. Committee major funding from DaVita, Fresenius Medical Care, and U.S. Renal Care.

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