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To: jdm
But critics argue that Wal-Mart's coverage calls for a deductible that requires workers to pick up the first $1,000 in medical expenses, and the deductible rises to a maximum of $3,000 for families.

Darnnit... Wal mart has stuck me with a $350.00 deductible and and $20.00 co-pay to boot! I PROTEST!!! ;)

5 posted on 09/20/2006 10:51:30 PM PDT by wanderin
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To: wanderin
if all the people working for companies that have insurance where required to buy it and could not opt out, this would change many things in health care costs. I am not in favor of forcing people to buy coverage, but I know that companies that have everyone paying have small premiums because of the size of the group. Now add the fact that the hated Prescription drub plan also allowed organizations like Chambers of Commerce or Home Builders to pool coverage and you have plenty of coverage at affordable prices for small business.
6 posted on 09/21/2006 6:35:51 AM PDT by q_an_a
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