Dear Mr President

Dear Mr President - Dear Mr. President, You will probably...

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Dear Mr. President, You will probably never see this letter, let alone read it. I have recently come to reason through my extreme frustration and stress that I am faced with a situation that I never thought I would find myself in especially as a woman of seventy-one years. Even with the my experiences, raising two families, and surviving so much hardship, I am certain that this is a problem which I’d never thought I’d face. I have fallen among the many without health insurance. I was so thankful that my husband had taken care of his family before he passed in 1985. He was hurt on the job Ford Tractor Plant and disabled. As a part of his settlement he requested that his family receive health coverage. As his wife, I was entitled to benefits for life. I was told in May of 2009 that my health insurance would be terminated in June. When I called I wasn’t given any information except that I had been placed on the termination list. I was given the run around, and repeatedly denied information with the statement that, “My case was under
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course ENG 201 taught by Professor Miller during the Fall '07 term at Central Mich..

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