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House Proceeding 03-18-10 on Mar 18th, 2010 :: 0:05:05 to 0:06:25
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Rosa L. DeLauro

0:05:02 to 0:05:23( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: for poorer service, increased defaults and highered a misk costs like dealing with the i.r.s. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from connecticut rise? >> unanimous consent to address the house for one minute, revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlewoman is -- the gentlewoman is recognized for one minute. ms. delauro: our long overdue health insurance reforms will put women's health on an equal

Rosa L. DeLauro

0:05:05 to 0:06:25( Edit History Discussion )
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Rosa L. DeLauro

0:05:24 to 0:05:44( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: footing at long last. it will transform the lives of american women of all ages for the better. younger women will be able to re as dependents until they reach 26 years of age. that means affordable care for everything from regular checkups to unexpected illness or injury. it means that -- means if they decide to become pregnant there

Rosa L. DeLauro

0:05:45 to 0:06:05( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: will be coverage for maternity and child care. working women shopping for their family's coverage will be glad to know that the reforms will require insurance companies to have unprecedented transparency about what really is and is not cored. the reforms will cap out-of-pocket expenses and give americans sliding scale affordability credits to help them buy coverage.

Rosa L. DeLauro

0:06:06 to 0:06:25( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: older women on medicare will benefit from closing the doughnut hole and ensuring important preventative services like mammogram and screenings are free of charge and finally all women will benefit from an end to the discriminatory practices of gender rating and for making prevention and wellness a critical part of health care at least -- last.

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