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There are 127 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Mar 24, 2010, titled Senators Introduce Legislation Allowing Ohioans To Choose Healt.... In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Two Republican state senators on Wednesday said President Barack Obama's health care plan is unconstitutional and they want a change for Ohio.

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#128 Mar 31, 2010
Tracy wrote:
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I am! I go to school full-time, work full-time, I do not graduate until next year. Don't go around telling someone what to do until you know their entire situation! It's people like you that don't care about anyone but yourself.
Tracy if you are in school full-time and work full-time, but do not have health insurance through your place of employment, then your university should have a cheaper insurance plan you can get on. I'd look into it if I were you. It won't be amazing coverage, but it's affordable, covers emergencies and some basic preventative care, and would work until you land that job with decent coverage. The other option is a catastrophic insurance plan. I was on one while in graduate school. I paid $65-80 month and had a $30 copay for urgent care visits, and a $2,500 deductible so if I had a bad event and needed surgery or a hospital stay I was only out $2,500 and this could be paid through a payment plan to the hospital. How do I know all of this? I was on this plan and had a car accident and required surgery and a hospital stay of a few days. I paid the $2500 deductible over a 3 year plan to the hospital that treated me. I also was able to claim a deduction on my taxes each year by purchasing my own health care.

It can be done. I'd recommend talking with your financial aid office at your school first and then if you can't swing your student insurance call an insurance agent.

Tracy

Columbus, OH

#130 Apr 1, 2010
Eardoc wrote:
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Tracy if you are in school full-time and work full-time, but do not have health insurance through your place of employment, then your university should have a cheaper insurance plan you can get on. I'd look into it if I were you. It won't be amazing coverage, but it's affordable, covers emergencies and some basic preventative care, and would work until you land that job with decent coverage. The other option is a catastrophic insurance plan. I was on one while in graduate school. I paid $65-80 month and had a $30 copay for urgent care visits, and a $2,500 deductible so if I had a bad event and needed surgery or a hospital stay I was only out $2,500 and this could be paid through a payment plan to the hospital. How do I know all of this? I was on this plan and had a car accident and required surgery and a hospital stay of a few days. I paid the $2500 deductible over a 3 year plan to the hospital that treated me. I also was able to claim a deduction on my taxes each year by purchasing my own health care.
It can be done. I'd recommend talking with your financial aid office at your school first and then if you can't swing your student insurance call an insurance agent.
One thought for you pre-existing conditions.

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#131 Apr 5, 2010
Tracy wrote:
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One thought for you pre-existing conditions.
Several student insurances offered by universities and colleges do not deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. Have you really checked? Have you called an insurance agent and asked about catastrophic coverage?
PJPony

United States

#132 Apr 5, 2010
The Real P Citizen wrote:
Bottomline people...it's racism and hatred.
They've had it in there minds that they're supporting Black Americans in some form or another.
It's madness.
Same kind of madness the Jews saw with Hitler. Same kind of Aparthied we saw with South Africa.
They spent most of their time in the covert pursuit demonizing and persecuting Blackfolk (especially males).
Every since the murder of Dr.King...many of them have spent their time turning back the clock on Civil Rights. Since they think we are too free; they don't want so- call subsidize us with 'their' tax money!
A number of them don't want us to be able to support ourselves. Nor do they want to support us.
that's the whole reason for the last thirty years of the Republican Spirit of things.
It's that simple. And we know that this is true... because it's all laid open in front of us with this healthcare bill!
Martin Luther King was a Republican. Democrats were kkk. You need to study history a bit. Healthcare will not improve. Older people will be denied care. So will people who have forms of cancer that are expensive to treat. This bill is all about reducing the cost of care, not improving it or extending it to people who need it. It also gives the government the power to say whether or not you get care and the ability to decide when you are no longer worth the dollars spent to keep you alive. Obama is not looking out for the welfare of black people any more than the kkk. Please study the facts on this and don't just fall for what Obama says on TV. You are being mislead.
Angry

Mason, OH

#133 Apr 5, 2010
justwondering wrote:
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Tracy and Bob. You both need to find other employment. Most empoyers offer health insurance to full time workers. Quit looking for "assistance" from others. Take charge of your life and situation. You have control of your lives as everyone does. Do not be a burden to society by expecting others to pay your way or as you call it "assistance". I work hard and earn my money. I should have the right to do with my money what I choose. Not the government. You are more than welcome to give all of your money to the government and let them decide what to do with it. I am capable of spending my money the way I see fit.
I want to add that Obama did nothing to curb the hugh bonuses that insurance companies give to their "people". This Health Care bill is just another scam. The Health Insurers get millions in bonuses every years. That is the waste in health care all the cost increases we have seen are not due to Dr. and Nurses, it is the ripoffs done to us in the insurance industry. Obamas' plan does nothing to change that. Did you know that the regional manager of United Health Care got 54 million in bonus in 2008 or was it 2007. I remember the article in the Cinci. paper. The next year the health care insurance premiums went up 40% again for us, because our employer could not pay more. I remember hearing that this regional Manager lives in Cinci. and was building a new multi million dollar home, it was his third. Really, I can't pay more for someone else, I can barely afford my own. Obama and his side kicks have only spread the burden to those of us that can not bare it and has done nothing to stop the evil buddy system at the top.
Angry

Mason, OH

#134 Apr 5, 2010
The Real P Citizen wrote:
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THEY ALREADY HAVE HEALTHCARE AS GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES!
What is wrong with you people? D---!
Exactly my point. Why is their health care plan so much better than what they have shoved down our throats? Could it be because our will suck???? Osama and Michele and the other poltiitians should share the wealth and get put in the back of a long waiting line like the rest of us will be.
Angry

Mason, OH

#135 Apr 5, 2010
Eardoc wrote:
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I believe several people in Ohio are paying more for their water bill than for their health care. Don't believe look up the water rates for a lot of the Columbus suburbs. Some people are paying over $100 a month for minimal water usage.
Free health care? Nobody gets anything for nothing and they never should. Your free health care sentence demeans any and all work done by medical providers. You want free health care? You put the years of schooling in and pay the loans back and you can treat yourself for free. Sound good?
I just don't understand where this sense of entitlement to everything for nothing mentality came from, but I sure as hell hope it goes away soon before our country rots because of it.
Perfectly said eardoc, Like I said this unconstitutional BS of health care for all is just another way to make the struggling middle class pay for the lazy, and help the entitled at both ends get more entitled to our hard earned money. Some of us put ourselves through college and now pay more than half of our income in taxes to support illegals and lazy people. I am soooo done. I could live better on welfare.

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