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Silii · November 2, 2019 at 9:14 am
Seriously, Galante wins. What Webert doesn't say about the healthcare bill is that it was attacking pre-existing conditions - taking away any protections so that insurance companies could deny coverage for certain conditions. Keep in mind pregnancy is considered by many healthcare companies as a pre-existing condition. He also doesn't say that he punted on sensible gun issues, afraid to look at the issue, including not requiring home child care providers to lock up guns in order to prevent toddlers shooting and killing toddlers as happened in Virginia at a home child care center. Locking up your guns when you're taking care of young children in your home IS NOT taking your gun away. And, yes, the 18th district is rural but per Ms. Galante, a real and intelligent plan needs to be formulated and implemented regarding broadband so that people can work out of their homes and farms, students can access school assignments and do their homework and research without sitting in a McDonalds parking lot, and people without access to doctors or transportation to medical care can get telemedical care. Sorry, Mr. Webert has had 8 years to get all this rolling and he hasn't. That's why it's all still such a huge problem. Time for new blood and some energy and brains behind it. Galante is the candidate deserving out vote for change and getting things done.