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House Proceeding 03-18-10 on Mar 18th, 2010 :: 1:43:00 to 1:44:25
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Corrine Brown

1:42:56 to 1:43:16( Edit History Discussion )

Corrine Brown: we're going to stop that form of discrimination. i want to applaud you for what you're doing here tonight. >> thank you for your input. ms. brn: i want to share a story, in one of my town hall meetings, a person came in and was telling a story they had been in an abusive marriage for a number of years but stayed in

Corrine Brown

1:43:00 to 1:44:25( Edit History Discussion )
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Corrine Brown

1:43:17 to 1:43:37( Edit History Discussion )

Corrine Brown: that marriage because she need the health care for her children. this should not exist in the united states. in another case, a woman quit her job so she could take care of her mother, her mother had insurance, she had none. for six year, she didn't go to the doctor.

Corrine Brown

1:43:38 to 1:43:58( Edit History Discussion )

Corrine Brown: she had an emergency, had to go to the emergency room, her bill was $10,000 and they think she she got cancer. so there is a better way to provide service. and of course, women are always the ones that are, you know, they have the children and because of the diverse or -- because of the divorce or

Corrine Brown

1:43:59 to 1:44:19( Edit History Discussion )

Corrine Brown: because they're working in minimum wage jobs, they can't afford health care. so this -- these bills will go a long way to help women that are single or divorced or married and the husband died or got a divorce. so, this is so important for women in the third

Corrine Brown

1:44:20 to 1:44:25( Edit History Discussion )

Corrine Brown: congressional istrict, women in this country and women in florida, you know, this is a step forward.

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