Town Hall Sept 22, Tucson

If you missed the earlier town halls with Dr. Vliet – due to popular demand, another one is scheduled for Saturday September 22.

You are invited!

10am to Noon, Wilmot Library, Please join

Senator Frank Antenori and Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet M.D.

For a discussion on:

ObamaCare:  Poison Pill or Magic Cure?

The recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings on Obamacare will have a significant impact on the financial and economic health of AZ. ObamaCare affects your medical care and choice of treatment options, your prescription medicine, your medical privacy, and the personal relationship you currently enjoy with your doctor.To many the Supreme Court ruling is complex and confusing. To help clarify the rulings and their impact on the State of Arizona and your family please join Senator Antenori and Doctor Vliet.
Wilmot Library
520 N Wilmot Rd
Saturday, September 22, 10:00am – NOON

More information from Senator Antenori’s about the forces aligned against medical freedom in Arizona:

“In 2009 the Arizona legislature referred an initiative to the ballot to protect your medical decisions and keep them between you and your doctor.  The initiative was called the Health Care Freedom Act, Proposition 106, and you approved it.  Then the legislature passed legislation to allow you to purchase health insurance across state lines. Unfortunately the bill was vetoed.

On Monday, August 13th, the AZ Republic reported that “two key advisers to Gov. Jan Brewer are attempting to create a coalition of hospitals, insurance plans, providers, and other players to push Arizona to expand Medicaid under federal health-care reform.”  The complete article is titled, “Brewer advisers form health pact to push to expand Medicaid.”

Senator Antenori on the Garret Lewis show fully explains what these health pacts will mean to you and your medical decisions.

This is just one reason that solid conservatives are needed in the State Legislature – to protect you from the negative impact of Obamacare.  You need to be informed.   Your family, your community, your state, and your country depend on it.

Please bring  a friend and join Senator Antenori at an upcoming event.  And if you can:


 DONATE $25 or $50 TO SAVE OUR STATE !! 

Come hear AAPS Director Elizabeth Lee Vliet, MD

How ObamaCare affects YOU!

Join the Pima County Republican Women’s Club to hear health care authority

Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet!

The 2010 healthcare law, known as Obamacare, will bring many new rules, regulations, and cut backs to Medicare – come and hear how the new law affects you and your family:

How do the NEW Obamacare TAXES affect your pocketbook?

Obamacare cuts 716 BILLION dollars from Medicare – what does this mean for you getting the medical services you need?

Tuesday, September 18th

5:30pm social/6pm dinner and meeting
Sheraton Hotel and Suites
5151 East Grant Road
Tucson, Arizona
RSVP to Lauren Blevins
886 8232 or 403 7973
or [email protected]

*Note the meeting day change to Tuesday!

You can also reserve your place using our PayPal option! Go to

How do the new healthcare insurance “exchanges” affect your freedom to decide what you and your family can buy for medical insurance?

You hear about Obamacare paying for contraceptives and abortions…but what are the REAL women’s health issues Obamacare will cut?

How does Obamacare affect your medical privacy?

Why are health insurance premiums INCREASING under Obamacare?

Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D. is an independent physician with medical practices in Tucson AZ, Dallas TX, and Virginia. Dr. Vliet is the 2007 recipient of the Voice of Women award from the Arizona Foundation for Women. Dr. Vliet is the author of six books on women’s health and a national speaker on healthcare reform issues and how the new healthcare law–“Obamacare”–affects patients and their doctors. Dr. Vliet has appeared on national radio and TV, and an invited speaker for healthcare Town Halls, national and international conferences. Dr. Vliet is a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS), the voice of independent physicians and patients since 1943.