Ian's Law

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

New York State Senator Eric Schneiderman weighs in on Ian's Law, the new health insurance legislation he introduced last week.


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Comments [3]

Calls'em As I Sees'em from McLean, VA

This joker is another Bolsevik and Maoist - “Profit seeking insurance companies” - LOFL.

These companies have a very tiny profit margin and they are owned by tens of millions of people who hold stocks and bonds and have ownership through mutual funds and pension plans.

The evil doers are “us.” Brian - divest your stake in these evil doers or you will be a profit loving murderer, too. lol.

It will be much worse when a socialist government runs the whole thing - there will be boards and committees (who have the better federal plan) ruling on you and me and the other peasants.

Nov. 10 2009 10:47 AM
Anna O

How inspiring! Keep us posted on this.

Nov. 10 2009 10:34 AM
O from Forest Hills

It will be interesting to see if this law is passed and how this whole situation shakes out. I remember this broke the same day as the balloon boy story broke and it didn't get a lot of coverage, I heard about this situation with Ian Pearlman through the Thom Hartmann show I listen to daily with Brian Lehrer show. :)

Please keep us up to date about this case and law and is there any corollary to this and Timothy's law?

The Senate better get moving because Ian's insurance ends December 1.

Nov. 10 2009 07:55 AM

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