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Got Another Minute to Talk Health Care? You Can Win $5,000!
Date:1/26/2010

WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Independent Women's Voice (IWV) announces a second video contest.  We want to hear your thoughts on the future of health care reform!

At IWV, we are concerned that the current health care proposals will make health care more expensive for millions of Americans, raise taxes, increase debt, reduce quality of care, gut seniors' health care, harm women, minorities, and the poor, and empower bureaucrats to make life and death decisions that should be left up to patients and doctors.

Fortunately, Scott Brown's unexpected victory in last week's special election in Massachusetts has stopped Democrats' health care plans dead in their tracks. Yet we know that something should be done to improve our health care system.  And an IWV poll indicates that the current healthcare legislation was among the top three most important issues to 86% of Massachusetts voters.

So now that the filibuster-proof Democratic supermajority is gone, what should health care reform look like going forward? We want to hear from YOU on what kind of health care reform you want to see. In this era of unprecedented consumer choice and rapid technological advancement -- the iPod, internet, twitter and Facebook -- we're looking for videos of your ideas so that we can spread your message around the country!  Keep it no longer than a minute. Make it funny, make it serious, tell a story -- whatever you think the best way is to get your message across.  And remember that we need to focus on what's realistic and achievable in creating an improved health care system!

The winning video will receive $5,000. As the election in Massachusetts showed, people can make a real difference in what happens in Washington. So grab your video camera -- it's time to help make history!

IWV "Got Another Minute to Talk Health Care?" Video Contest Rules

HOW TO ENTER: Send a video, one minute or less, no bigger than 2GB along with your full name, phone number, state of residence, title of your video and the words "I agree to the IWV Video Contest Rules" in the body of the email to iwvoices@gmail.com with "IWV Video Contest Entry" as the subject. We will add links to all the entries on the Independent Women's Voices website (http://www.IWVoices.org.) If you have trouble sending us the video, you can upload it to http://www.yousendit.com/ and then send us the link in an email with the other information required for submitting an entry. All video entries must be received by 11:59pm EST February 8, 2010.

Public voting begins noon EST Tuesday, February 9th at www.iwvoices.org and will continue through Friday, February 12th at 11:59 pm EST. After the public voting has finished, the top three entries will then be submitted to a panel of judges at IWV for a decision on a winner.  The winner will be notified by email and telephone, and announced on www.iwvoices.org at 12 pm EST February 16, 2010.  For a full list of rules, go to www.iwvoices.org.

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