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Face of Pro-Life #88: Susan Boyce on Health Care in CT Pt 1

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Uploaded by AirMaria on Mar 4, 2010

Ave Maria! Susan Boyce outlines with Corinn Dahm the health care plan for Connecticut that is very similar to the enormously unpopular plan proposed by President Obama that failed on a federal level.  The mass media is not talking about this but it is already passed by the state congress who even overrode a veto by Governor Rell. Listen as Susan itemizes the many problems of the plan including, Obesity Task Forces, more bureaucracy, more taxes, less privacy and freedom, automatic enrollment at least once a year and usually more often. And the plan does not do any of the needed improvements like law suit reform that would truly reduce medical costs.  All of these extra costs are being proposed when the state budget in has record deficits. Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to


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