Medicaid counts — Hopeworks Community

I remember standing in the line at Walmart a couple of years ago and listening to the people in front of me talk. I don’t know why but they were talking about Insure Tennessee. One of them was real angry. “I don’t believe all this stuff about people dying. Have you ever known anybody who […]

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  1. Thanks to the Hopeworks Community for relating this post. Regardless of state-it appears to express sentiments that resonate with others.

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