Please join the Denver Mile High Rotary Club as it hosts the Colorado Universal Healthcare Election Debate in Downtown Denver.
Full breakfast will be served - RSVP required.
Debaters : Colorado State Treasurer, Walker Stapleton and New York Times Best Selling Author and Chairman of the Board of The Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care  - T.R. Reid.
Todd Breyfogle from the Aspen Institute will be our moderator.
Total Cost  $25.00 (Inclding all fees), all visitors
Cost is included if you are a member of the Denver Mile High Rotary Club
Program will start promptly at 7 AM  Doors open At 6:30 AM
Colorado Treasurer Walker Stapleton to Debate Chairman of the Board of the Colorado Foundation for Universal Healthcare, T.R. Reid
Moderated by Todd Breyfogle of the Aspen Institute
Nearly two-thirds, or 62%, of all bankruptcy filings in the United States in 2007 were due to illness or medical bills according to the American Journal of Medicine. While we’d like to think that these numbers reflect the experiences only of the uninsured in America, the survey indicated that most of the participants were, in fact well educated, middle class and had health insurance coverage.
Industry experts agree: our current healthcare system is unsustainable. Now a group in Colorado has rallied to add an amendment to the Colorado Constitution on the ballot this November that could change the way Coloradoans receive healthcare. Amendment 69 could mean that all residents of the state will be covered by universal healthcare. But what is the cost, and what does it mean for our future?
Colorado State Treasurer, Walker Stapleton, and Best Selling Author on Healthcare Policy and Chairman of the Board of The Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care, T.R. Reid will engage in an exciting and informative debate on Wednesday, September 21st at 7AM at the University Club in Denver, CO. Todd Breyfogle from the Aspen Institute, will moderate.
Advocates for the amendment claim that not only will the law give Coloradoans more options for sustainable healthcare; it will be a model for the rest of the country.
Opposition says the bill would be way too expensive for the state budget to handle and that this state shouldn’t be the guinea pig.
Denver Mile High Rotary is providing an opportunity for you to come and learn about the issue to help you make an informed decision on this important electoral resolution.  
Seating is limited and reservations are required to secure your place.  Registration closes Sept. 14th.  Don't delay- get your tickets now while they are still available.
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When:   September 21st                    6:30--8:30 am
               Doors Open @ 6:30 am for breakfast
               Debate & Audience Q &A    7am - 8:30 am
Cost:      $ 25.00 Includes Full Breakfast
Where:   The University Club Denver 
                1673 Sherman Street
                Denver, CO   80203
Parking available on street.  Multiple public parking lots also available within 1 block north at 18th & Sherman