100 Audience Members Seek Ways To Protect Obamacare

100 Audience Members Seek

Ways To Protect Obamacare

Lou Allstadt of Cooperstown, the former Mobil executive vice president, now a supporter of shifting from fossil fuels to alternatives, discusses how to best approach lobbying Congress, as he did in enlisting former U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson to advance a forward-looking environmental mission statement. Allstadt was one of three presenters before an audience of 100 at Coopertown’s Templeton Hall Thursday evening seeking ways to influence the national debate in favor of preserving the Affordable Care Act. Sarah Bormann, a staffer for Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica, discussed how best to approach legislators – when to call, e-mail and rally. Georgia Whitney of Cooperstown, drawing on personal experience, spoke about the negative impacts of white privilege on everybody else. Antoinette Kuzminski, who organized this meeting and former Bassett CEO Bill Streck’s PowerPoint the week before, said she is planning a third program on the single-payer approach. (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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