Where will the poor working class families turn for medical insurance in the new health care reform?
With low income families facing a tough time getting private medical coverage in general, it is much worse if you have a chronic condition like diabetes. Everyone is talking about accesibility but what about the cost issue,
they won't get anything, the law is designed to make the rich richer and the poor poorer
I'm afraid no one will win with Obama's health care reform. The poor will stay poor, the middle class with carry the whole thing, the rich will not have to worry about it.
by Aiden Roberts 6 years ago
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by AskAshlie3433 7 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams 13 months ago
Disclaimer: Not discussing rich people who inherited their wealth & made nothing of their lives. Not addressing poor people who are elderly, physically/emotionally/intellectually/ psychologically challenged &/or disabled, & people who fell on temporary socioeconomic hard...
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