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It's Your Call

5:10 PM, May 9, 2013  |  Comments

SCARE TACTICS: The Republican state party convention held no surprises. An excellent example was Rep. Paul Ryan highlighting the importance of promoting the idea that the Affordable Care Act, when implemented, will have costly consequences for businesses and individuals, the and loss of health coverage for others. Obviously, the fear factor frequently used to frighten the public is going to be used again by the right wing. The reality is that the Affordable Care Act already offers many preventative health services, vaccines and screenings to a sizable portion of the population at little or no cost. Once the law is in full effect in January 2014, the public can judge the benefits for itself.

Geraldine Jay,

Menasha

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23%
856 votes
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1018 votes
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34%
1272 votes

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