Indivisible in the News
The Post and Courier - 'The damndest thing:' How Lindsey Graham became an ally of Donald Trump
Moultrie News - Indivisible Charleston speaks out
New York Times - Republicans Charge Into Resistance at Tumultuous Town Halls
The Berkeley Independent - Protest planned for Trump's Lowcountry visit
The Post and Courier - Rep. Mark Sanford hosting town hall Saturday
Charleston City Paper - Dozens rally in Marion Square to oppose immigration ban
Live 5 News - Senator Scott hosts town hall in North Charleston
The Post and Courier - Sen. Tim Scott, Rep. Mark Sanford hold separate town halls in Charleston
The Post and Courier - Back in South Carolina, Democrat Martin O'Malley says "I just might" run for president
Statehouse Report - PHOTOS: Protests in South Carolina
Media Advisory July 16, 2017
Resist Trump Tuesday- Healthcare Rally
We demand that Senator Graham vote NO on the GOP’s Healthcare Bill!
This Tuesday, July 18 from noon to 1:00 PM, members of Indivisible Charleston, in coordination with Indivisible groups Nationwide, will rally to demand the Senate not pass Trumpcare 3.0. The core of this legislation is unchanged and the purpose is unconscionable: to cut taxes for the very wealthy by sacrificing the health and lives of average Americans. One in three South Carolinians are on Medicaid. This bill will devastate South Carolina’s most vulnerable citizens. Additionally, this bill will jeopardize rural hospitals across the state and many will close due to cuts in Medicaid. It will strip coverage from at least 23 million people and cut Medicaid by $800 billion. It will also undermine critical protections for people with pre-existing conditions, defund Planned Parenthood, and raise premiums for all American families. People will die because of this legislation! In turn, corporations and the very wealthy will receive hundreds of billions of dollars in retroactive tax breaks. America needs healthcare, not wealthcare!
Indivisible Charleston is a rapidly growing, non-partisan group of grassroots volunteers who were inspired by the “Indivisible Guide” put together by staffers of Members of Congress after the election. More information about the guide can be found at www.indivisibleguide.com. More information about our group can be found at our website www.indivisiblecharleston.com.