On Oct. 10, BlueWaveNJ in Montclair will host a forum on Health Care reform.

They write, “The presidential candidates are promising big on the health care front. What exactly are major candidates proposing, and what might they actually deliver with a narrow majority in Congress?

Three national experts in health care policy will guide the audience through competing routes to universal affordable coverage and how state action might help. Stan Dorn of Families USA and Heather Howard of the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton will discuss what’s next should the Democrats win the presidency and/or control of Congress in 2021.

Speakers will map out not only visions for sweeping long-term system change but also the more incremental steps possible or likely with a narrow majority or control of the executive branch only.

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It will be moderated by Moderator Magda Schaler-Haynes and held 7 8:30 p.m. at the First Congregational Church, Guild Room, 40 S. Fullerton St. This event is free. RSVP at: https://www.