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from Blue Asks You 2011
in Health Care Policy & Reform
May 13, 2011
kittylowrance commented on May 24, 2011
If I couldn't buy insurance through my employer, my husband could not get insurance (he has been rejected by a certain company who it is probably against the TOS to name, I'll give you one guess), and possibly I couldn't either. Health insurance is a big part of why I'm working where I am instead of pursuing further education or other work opportunities. It is very limiting.
Dianne F. commented on June 5, 2011
There wasn't a good answer for me in the A,B,C,D so I voted the closest. My job is my calling and health insurance is now the reason I haven't left my job for another job. I love the job I do and would do the same job at another place, but for nor, the insurance is a prime player.