Commemorate this year’s Fight for the 99%.
Friday, September 14, 2012 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm
ICAN's efforts were instrumental in winning an historic victory with passage of the Affordable Health Care Act. This victory will loosen the insurance industry's stranglehold on the American health care system. But, what exactly did we win?
Providing a Public Policy Voice for Small Business.
The Main Street Alliance has a big vision for small business. We are dedicated to giving a new voice to small business on issues that effect us.
One of the health reform package’s benefits for small businesses that takes effect immediately: a new health care tax credit to help small businesses save on insurance costs.
The United States faces the worst unemployment crisis of the last 70 years, with 15 million people unemployed, one-third of whom have been jobless for over six months. That is why ICAN is making jobs and economic recovery a top priority this year.
What We've Won and Lost
Nearly two years after Wall Street crashed our economy, and after a year of work, the House and Senate are finally ready to vote on a comprehensive package of Wall Street reforms.
Friday, September 14, 2012
1620 Pleasant Street, Des Moines, IA 50314
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