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House Proceeding 03-02-10 on Mar 3rd, 2010 :: 1:24:00 to 1:25:55
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Phil Gingrey

1:23:57 to 1:24:17( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: i think signing up people currently eligible for the programs we already have. those things we ought to be able to agree on. mr. gingrey: we've already talked about the health savings plans and expanding that and allowing people, if there still

Phil Gingrey

1:24:00 to 1:25:55( Edit History Discussion )
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Phil Gingrey

1:24:18 to 1:24:38( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: is an exchange and you and i talked about it, mr. speaker, dr. roe and i talked about it, and i hope my colleagues understand this, we don't think that we have to have this exchange, this expensive exchange where you have to subsidize people's premiums. that'how the president was able to say, last week, mr.

Phil Gingrey

1:24:39 to 1:24:59( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: speaker, that 47% of the people in the exchange will be paying less than they currently are for their health insurance. well, yeah, they are paying less out of their pockets, but they're reaching in everybody else's pocket, john q. taxpayer to help them pay those premiums. really when you get -- do a

Phil Gingrey

1:25:00 to 1:25:23( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: little fact check on that you find that most people under that plan are going to end up paying more. what dr. roe is talking about in the four or five thing he is mentioned, of course, if you -- even if you had an exchange you shouldn't say to people that the only kind of policy that

Phil Gingrey

1:25:24 to 1:25:45( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: they can buy is a first dollar coverage, theost expensive coverage, when young people, healthy people, people just out of college or just out of high school or just back from the military and they're trying to pay for a car, trying to rent an apartment or buy a little starter home or buy an engagement ring for that

Phil Gingrey

1:25:46 to 1:25:56( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: fiancee and the last thing they can afford is $15,000 a year for a first dollar health care plan they don't even need. so for this, what's in this

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