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Friday, June 23, 2017

Cotton office gets a visit from critics of his health bill

Posted By on Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 12:30 PM

Indivisible Little Rock Central Arkansas had a sit-in at Sen. Tom Cotton's Little Rock office today. KARK's Jessi Turnure caught a clip of a visitor giving an office employee some lipstick, so Cotton would be "well greased" when he puckers up to Donald Trump.

Details continue to emerge about the pitfalls of the bill Cotton helped write.

Pre-existing conditions will be covered.......but insurance can charge people with them a lot more for insurance.

A broad range of health coverage could continue ........ but states will be free to omit these benefits.

And lots more, with the baseline being the biggest transfer of money from the working class to the ultra wealthy in history.

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