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Anne Louisianne 4m
Replying to @CNN
is garbage. Anything in the private sector that our govt touches turns into glistening, steaming dog crap instantly. Keep out of my medical care!!!
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Louisiana 5A 2h
I spy other La5Apes... let me know who I missed. I know you will 🙄🙄🙄🙄
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Famous68 5h
Replying to @SenCortezMasto
Cortez look into a mirror it was your party who passed that pig 🐖 of a bill 💵 called your party lied to all the citizens of our great nation up to and including your supreme leader Obama so get over it
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Nuclear-powered Australian 18h
A bogan get rich quick guide there. Could have thrown in the "When on the road, brake quickly so someone rear-ends you and you can get money!" Already see bogans get their kids to shoplift stuff for them because security won't touch them.
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Punani 18h
Pinky finger injury...and she gets 45, wonder insurance costs are skyrocketing
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Anupriya 7h
The requires insurance to cover procedures with USPSTF Grade B it above w/o cost sharing. Grade C for , Age 40-49 would mean estimated 17 million women would lose access to cancer screening at no cost. successfully and continues to push back!
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Anna M Shepard 3h
The care received from my doctors/meds, provided by the
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Solo Citizen❌ 8h
Replying to @GovEvers
They are not. But premiums skyrocketed with
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Lyra Ives 6h
this is your precious still screwing us . We need NOW!
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Mac 22m
Replying to @dbly
In case you didn't notice, insurers are still issuing rebates to individual market consumers for not meeting the medical loss ratio threshold - about $800 million in excess premiums for 2018 It was former Senator Al Franken who added the to
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Got Milk? 18h
15 minutes in and we have had two reports *cough* advertisements: 1: Lawyers suing government for injured kids 2: McDonalds Really high bar
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Margaret Nielsen 6h
Poll: Many Rural Americans Struggle With Financial Insecurity, Access To Health policy essential in reports on southern rural healthcare. Southern GOP governors & legislators refused funds to to low-income workers.
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Laurie 7h
Still wondering how changes to the Affordable Care Act will impact you or your employees? has the Straight Talk in his series on changes to the .
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simo 19h
Fucking harassing criminals parents again. Pure scum journalism Reid Butler.
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Kate Petersen May 19
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