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I voted for Obama and all I got was…

July 1, 2012

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…this HISTORIC VICTORY on health care! (This post by Laura was originally published on 2.9.2012.  In light of the recent Supreme Court ruling, we are reposting it today.) I was at the National Hispanic Medical Society conference in Washington DC when the House agreed to the Senate’s amendment of the Affordable Care Act, on March […]

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10 Reasons Why I Love Chief Justice John Roberts:

June 29, 2012

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1. He frequently gets mistaken for Elder Bednar. 2. Unlike Elder Bednar, Roberts knows how to smile with his eyes. 3. In 1998, he petitioned the Supreme Court in behalf of several rerun television series –  and these were amazing T.V. shows such as Hart to Hart, T.J. Hooker, and Who’s the Boss? 4. Roberts has been the […]

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Broccoli?

March 27, 2012

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Post by Joseph – Did I even spell that right?  The Supreme Court of the United States of America heard oral arguments about the Affordable Care Act today – specifically the individual insurance mandate.  And the questions came hard and fast from the conservative justices on the Court.  In fact, somebody even posed the age-old question: if we allow […]

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I voted for Obama and all I got was…

February 9, 2012

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this HISTORIC VICTORY on health care! I was at the National Hispanic Medical Society conference in Washington DC when the House agreed to the Senate’s amendment of the Affordable Care Act, on March 23, 2010.  The energy and excitement was electrifying!  My feelings that day are the same today–the Affordable Care Act is monumental and critical […]

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