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May 25, 1994 | GARRY BOULARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Past midnight in the crowded emergency room lobby of historic Charity Hospital, Marie Johnson is standing near a sign warning that guns, knives and other weapons are not allowed on the property. "This is the only place I could go," said Johnson, 36, who works as a maid in a local hotel and makes less than $15,000 a year. "We don't have any money, and if you don't have money you don't have insurance. Charity is the only place left."
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May 25, 1994 | GARRY BOULARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Past midnight in the crowded emergency room lobby of historic Charity Hospital, Marie Johnson is standing near a sign warning that guns, knives and other weapons are not allowed on the property. "This is the only place I could go," said Johnson, 36, who works as a maid in a local hotel and makes less than $15,000 a year. "We don't have any money, and if you don't have money you don't have insurance. Charity is the only place left."
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