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Hey Rep. Troglodyte (R, Hell), my father had a heart attack in ’62. Since then the entire family was drilled on cutting down sugar, fats, etc. I also have lived an overactive lifestyle with plenty o’ exercise and have avoided unheathy foods and meat for nearly my entire life. So what happens? Around 50 I was diagnosed with diabetes. I now have to fork out $1,300/mo. in insulin bills because I lost the genetic lottery and my health insurance. Plus, the cost has escalated nearaly 300% since 2008. Meanwhile, you still have a job and taxpayer-funded health insurance. Unfortunately, you have neither lost the genetic lottery nor your taxpayer-funded job. Sad.

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