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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Just noticed this e-newsletter in my inbox from, Dan Benishek.
Having treated patients for the past 30 years, I know how concerned families in Northern Michigan are with their health care. Since the roll out of the President's new health care law, I've been hearing form citizens like you about rising costs, lost coverage, and people not being able to use the health care website. I want to hear your story. The President promised we'd be able to keep the health insurance plans we liked, but now it's being reported that the Administration knew that 50 to 75 percent of the 14 million consumers who buy their insurance individually will receive a cancellation notice. That's why I've endorsed legislation that will ensure Americans will not be forced to lose the health insurance they currently have. Hundreds of people have already shared their story. Click the link below to share yours.
Link not provided by me 'cause Doctor Dan, is .. a Useful Idiot. You know, a deceitful moron. Dan, you blew it, Bucko. However, being a Useful Idiot will still get you $360,375 in your coffers. Amazing.
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