Pichai Damfb probably can only do that if they consider all students to be state residents. Honestly, most colleges have healthcare on site. It makes sense. The large local population, mostly all same age group, tend to have epidemic-like illnesses now and again. available without the need for ambulance 24/7. Colleges have food service as well. They tend to be a system unto themselves. Pichai Damfb yeah when I was college-age and studying and working part-time, I sure had time, energy, and ability to mount a state wide campaign about birth control. I support people working out their Cat Take me as I am or kiss my ass eat shit and step on a lego shirt through the political arena, however, were you ever a college teen? And have you ever worked with that age group going through college? And do you understand that a lot of colleges are like small towns, some are like large towns and therefore they already have healthcare facilities on their campus? You just continue to spout the same one-note. Open your mind just a bit. Carol Deschamps prescriptions should always be properly evaluated. Even with birth control where the medication is fairly idiot-proof, there should be occasional check-ups to make sure there aren’t unexpected problems. That is pretty standard, though.
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Chris Stevens Okay lol. Lemme just pay the 2.5 mils out of pocket for my son’s medical care. Insurance literally works by paying for others care and knowing (or hoping) that if you need care, you will receive funding for it. It would be really great if all the “taxation is theft” people would just move to the same state and let the rest of us enjoy the fruits of a shared society where we all pay in for what we all agree is necessary for a minimal quality of life for all. Chris Stevens When I was in college my tuition paid for the Cat Take me as I am or kiss my ass eat shit and step on a lego shirt library and medical library even though I was an engineering student. Our computer lab was paid for by tuition on business students and drama students. Everyone pays for everything, regardless of who needs it. Chris Stevens so we shouldn’t have to pay taxes towards things we don’t agree with? Great, when do I get my money back for the wars based on lies that I opposed from the start? Sheesh. Jenny Hobbs that will never happen, outside of Ayn Rand’s fevered imagination – and even she had to literally break the laws of physics to make it happen. They don’t want to love aside from society, because a society where everyone lived like that would be a hellhole. They just want to be parasites in our society.
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Chris Stevens, I understand your concern. You don’t feel like you should be paying for somebody else. I get that, but here’s the way I see it: Our entire society is based on us paying for systems that we may not directly benefit from so that others will help pay for systems that you or I may benefit from that they may not. We actually get comparatively a lot for our money by doing it this way as opposed to everybody only paying for what they need. You benefit from having a police force and a military that are keeping you from harm every single day. Imagine if they were funded only by the people who have to call the police. You get roads to drive on, schools. Could you imagine how many schools would cost if only the people who’re children were attending school had to pay? You may personally disagree with paying for somebody else’s birth control, but what you’re really doing is paying for a system where people who can’t afford to have children and would otherwise become reliant on the state, i.e. your tax dollars can avoid that. In other words, proposals like this actually mean you spending fewer of your hard-earned dollars to get a better system