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I have read Duff Hale’s comments, as I have others on this health care package. I ask, why worry about it right now?

If past history is any indication, first lawyers will have a field day challenging it, which should put it on hold for at least a couple of years.

Then it will eventually end up in the Supreme Court, where the judges will have a field day, reinacting, pardon me interpreting, somehow the word interpt over the years, for the Supreme Court, has gotten changed to inact.

Probably just a small typo. Anyhow once that is settled, there will be appeals, which may take a couple years.

If everyone will be required to have a health care plan or face a stiff fine, what of the millions of "homeless" who have say less than five dollars in their jeans.

They can’t afford a health care plan and for sure couldn’t pay the fine. We don’t have a debtors prison anymore.

If there is such a fuss over Arizona’s law on questioning citizens about legal status, what about questioning them if they have a health care plan? Is one more legal, more right than the other?

By the way, a person just trying to read all those pages in the health care package, is enough to make him or her sick and in need of health care.

Ralph E. Shartle

Cedar Hill

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