TRUMPCARE: Just say no

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Health insurance is more than a policy, itís peace of mind. Itís knowing your family will be cared for and not having to worry about going broke when you get sick. Thatís why I strongly oppose the Senate health care bill. The more I learn about it, the less I like it. Robbing health care from millions of Americans to give yet another tax cut to the rich and powerful is just plain cruel. Our health care system needs to be improved ó we all agree on that. But this bill would do exactly the opposite ó for no other reason than greed. I urge Senator Crapo and Senator Risch to vote no on the Senate health care bill.

MARY ROWE

Sandpoint

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