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House Proceeding 03-19-10 on Mar 19th, 2010 :: 2:48:00 to 2:49:20
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Robert E. Andrews

2:47:56 to 2:48:16( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: insurance industry now puts upon people in that age group. mr. andrews: if the gentleman will yield, i know the person yao talking about. shortly before the holidays this year, a very snowy day, my wife and i went to aepartment store to pick up some

Robert E. Andrews

2:48:00 to 2:49:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Robert E. Andrews

Robert E. Andrews

2:48:17 to 2:48:38( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: last-minute items a lady was talking about what a long day it was for hering she was in the eighth or ninth hour of her shift and she had no health insurance. because she conveniently fit underneath the full time worker category, working for a huge cooration. she was not ye 65, so she didn't have medicare. and she was really worried that

Robert E. Andrews

2:48:39 to 2:48:59( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: she was going to get sick because if she got sick she also had a pre-existing condition that would make it all woss, couldn't buy snuns. he's what the bill says. fist of all, because she wrks for a large firm, her employer is going to have to either insure her or contribute toward the cost of insuring her and

Robert E. Andrews

2:49:00 to 2:49:21( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: she's going to be able to get insured for 3% or 4% of her income. maybe $15 or $20 a week which is affordable for her. people say this is an unfair mandate on business but you don't understand, when a huge corporation like that one doesn't pay its fair share, the rest of us all do. she'll get insurance, it'll be

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