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Insulated From Problem

April 06, 1986

Regarding the March 30 letter in the Business section by Robert Mills concerning national health insurance: If we could, by some magic, enact a law or ruling that would require our elected representatives to pay for their own health care, I submit that by sunset of the day the law took effect, we would have a national plan.

Otherwise, we will continue to receive the usual lip service on the subject, if we can coax them into even discussing it. Why would they be concerned? They are insulated from the problem.

ROBERT SLAGLE

Covina

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