Rebecca Kleefisch, Wisconsin GOP lieutenant governor candidate,...
Wisconsin Republican lieutenant governor candidate Rebecca Kleefisch, diagnosed with cancer a month ago, touts the treatments she received under her state-subsidized insurance plan at the same time she rails against government-run health care in a new television ad.
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#1 Oct 13, 2010
I am so glad for you that you have received such good treatment for your cancer. You have a family that needs you. And that's exactly why the healthcare bill is so necessary. Hundreds of thousands of women can't get treatment because they don't have health insurance that would allow them to be screened on a regular basis and receive their necessary treatment. While the healthcare bill is not perfect, it means that Mothers, Daughters, Sisters and Friends have access to the care they need.
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