Broad Support Pushes Insurance Program -- South Florida Sun-Sen...

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Home-state politics are colliding with President Bush's health care agenda in the Senate, prompting Republicans to line up with Democrats on expanding a popular children's health insurance program.
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Kathy

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Aug 1, 2007
 
This article is refreshing coming from AP. At least it points out the glaring problems with this bill.

If you are a senior covered by Medicare Advantage or a smoker you should be on the phone with your Senator telling him/her to vote no. If you just happen to be someone interested if fairness you probably would want to make that call too.
Kathy

Boca Raton, FL

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Aug 3, 2007
 
Kathy wrote:
This article is refreshing coming from AP. At least it points out the glaring problems with this bill.
If you are a senior covered by Medicare Advantage or a smoker you should be on the phone with your Senator telling him/her to vote no. If you just happen to be someone interested if fairness you probably would want to make that call too.
Sun-Sentinel - why do you carry comments over from article to article? I wrote this on Wed in response to an article that day. My comments have nothing to do with the article here now.

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