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Fourth Street Clinic to add much needed dental, substance abuse services

Published: Tuesday, May 1 2012 6:19 p.m. MDT

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FatherOfFour
WEST VALLEY CITY, UT

If Obamacare is repealed or ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, will Utah have to give back this $3.4 million? Will other states have to give back the hundreds of millions they have received total from the federal government? If they do, I assume this will also mean that clinics and hospitals across the nation will have to layoff numerous employees. Also, more than three million adults between the age of 18 and 26 will lose their insurance if Obamacare is repealed. Last year alone, Medicare beneficiaries saved over three billion dollars due to Obamacare. If Hatch and the GOP succeed in repealing Obamacare, what is their plan to handle all of this?

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

father of four,
who paid for all those grants?

That's right, we drew on our credit card from China.

ThornBirds
St.George, Utah

So many are now without health insurance. A black hole exists for citizens age 50-65. Finding health insurance when one is at this age, is like finding a needle in a haystack. Many will have no where to turn, but to these clinics. Even though those involved may not hear appreciation for their hard work in obtaining the grants, please know that you are providing much needed care and saving lives. Thank you!

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