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No matter the outcome of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act, the grassroots fight to expand Medicare to all Americans forges ahead. Starting Tuesday, the California Nurses Association, National Nurses United and Campaign for a Healthy California are launching a statewide bus tour to conduct free health screenings and town halls, and to educate the public about how Medicare for all is less expensive and more equitable than our current fragmented, profit-driven healthcare system. The tour will run from June 19 to July 12 and will stop in 18 cities across California. The schedule is as follows:

June 19 - San Diego

June 20 - Santa Ana

June 21 - San Bernardino

June 22 - Bakersfield

June 25 - Fresno

June 26 - Modesto

June 27 - Stockton

June 28 - Chico

June 29 - San Rafael

July 2 - San Jose

July 3 - Oakland

July 4 - San Francisco

July 5 - Santa Cruz

July 6 - San Luis Obispo

July 8 - Campaign for a Healthy California Conference (UCLA)

July 9 - Glendale

July 10 - So. Los Angeles

July 11 - Santa Monica

July 12 - Anaheim

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