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Another Small Business Owner for Reform

Chris Nichols is a local lawyer with a small practice. His business health costs have gone up 10% a year for the last ten years and he could hire more people and expand if health reform could bring costs under control. He also represents many people who have lost their jobs and can’t get health insurance because of a pre-existing condition. He was out at a rally for health insurance reform this afternoon in Raleigh:

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  4. Lou Meyers

    September 4, 2009 at 8:43 am

    Chris is right. We need competition and a strong public option will provide that. Imagine what it would cost to ship a package if you didn’t have the Post Office breathing down Fed Ex’s and UPS’s neck. Our government has a duty here!

    The insurance companies have had a choke hold on small businesses for years. What we’ve been subjected to alone is reason enough for major health care reform. An immediate strong public option that allows anyone to join is the least we’ll accept. The triggered option floating around is just further insult to small businesses.

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