Posts Tagged ‘Perspective: First Time Volunteer’

Letter to Editor: Kevin of Signal Mountain, TN

Kevin of Signal Mountain, TN writes: I Feel Ill Last Wednesday Republicans in the House of Representatives narrowly passed something they call the AHCA. Ever since, I've felt like the underside of a turnip green. And what's worse, the more I'm exposed to this putrid bill, the more my symptoms multiply. It started with the…

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Natalie of San Francisco, CA

Natalie of San Francisco, CA writes: I am a San Francisco resident, and Bay Area native.  I have phone banked for Protect My Care in San Francisco near to my place of work in downtown San Francisco.  I am a life-long SF Giants baseball fan. I am a three-time female cancer survivor of childbearing age…

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Letter to Editor: Amy of Nashville, TN

Amy of Nashville, TN writes: Dear Senator Alexander, My son was born 10 weeks early and spent 46 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Nashville. I never planned on having a preemie, never planned on hundreds of thousands of dollars in medical bills, or having a sick baby struggling to breathe and eat.…

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Letter to Editor: Courtney of Nashville, TN

Courtney of Nashville, TN writes: My name is Courtney and I am a Nashville resident. I am so disappointed in Senators Corker and Alexander. They have an opportunity to prove to their constituents that they will stand up for us, and for our health care. Senator Alexander has stated that the ACA should only be…

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Letter to Editor: Kasey of Nashville, TN

Kasey of Nashville, TN writes: I’m one of the lucky ones. I have a full time job that affords me healthcare.  I’ve taken it for granite, just like all the other comfortable feelings and luxuries I have taken advantage of. I’m not comfortable any more, I’m anxious. I’m anxious for my friends, relatives, my sweet…

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Letter to Editor: Laurel of Nashville, NJ

Laurel of Nashville, NJ writes: My name is Laurel Orely and I’m extremely disappointed by senator Alexander’s actions this week.  Everybody deserves health care and we all know that without an individual’s health, they cannot function as a human being.   Everything is effected without your health – your job as a care taker, parent,…

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David of Nashville, TN

David of Nashville, TN writes: Grew up in a small, rural town a little south of Kansas City. Both of my parents were teachers, although they are now retired and living on a reduced income while helping me get through college. Currently, I live in Nashville to attend Vanderbilt University and I plan to stay…

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Jerry of Hendersonville, Tennessee

Jerry of Hendersonville, Tennessee writes: I’ve lived in Nashville since 1979 after growing up in PA and living in NYC and working as a musician.  I moved to Hendersonville from NYC because as an independent musician with no steady paycheck, it was too expensive to live there.  Nashville was a logical choice because of the…

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