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What would change if they overturned the act?
People are directly benefiting from parts of the act today. People can stay on their parents’ insurance until 26, they can get preventive care with no deductibles — all of that would go away. (Attorney General) Rob McKenna’s lawsuit would undo all of that. The entire law may go down. We’d be back to square one, which is a system that’s failing us as a country and as a state. For many individuals, it was making a difference between life or death decisions.
Saffa and I. Her dream is to get a
medical education in Turkey.
|The pen of sheep.|
|The second photo I snapped as I approached |
my first experience in a Bedouin dwelling.
|Not an uncommon site at Soroka - Bedouin patients |
wanting to sleep on the ground in the open air sometimes drag
their bedding outside to sleep in the stairwell.
A Bedouin boy plays with baby goats.
Kady and Maya loved to play with the baby goat, too!
A Bedouin woman giggling as the
goat tries to nibble on her face.
|A photo taken as we were driving -- Bedouin women walking a |
stroller through the dirt just outside the unrecognized village.
Tea and biscuits!
Figure 1: The effects of a delicious meal
served by Bedouins on Western medical students.