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Reader Opinion: Mission impossible

There is no way any government can provide free health care to all with a pre-existing condition like the baby who needed $1.5 million worth of care in the first three months and an estimate of $2 million more.

There is no way any government can provide free health care to all with a pre-existing condition like the baby who needed $1.5 million worth of care in the first three months and an estimate of $2 million more.

Add Minnesota's three-quarter of a million with pre-existing conditions-impossible. The state or county can't even handle measles!

The welfare system has limits-when more are on it then workers pay for it!

George Carleton

Merrifield

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