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Tom Rinaldo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-24-09 12:58 PM
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30. Opt out with a trigger is just a more restictive version of a trigger
Edited on Sat Oct-24-09 12:58 PM by Tom Rinaldo
I'll still be paying attention to the fine print. I expect the private options to fail in practice, even with whatever new rules are included, but I want a public option in on the ground floor so we have something we can build on when they do. There are some other positive features to this reform package along with the bad ones; like a curb on pre-existing conditions. But cut out a functional real public option from this "reform", or derail it with "a trigger", and I shift to strongly opposing it
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