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The Life of Julius: federal cradle-to-grave meddling in health care (part 4)

Tweet At age 40, Julius recognizes the hand of the federal government at every turn in his personal health choices. One night, he goes to his favorite Italian restaurant and notices the menu is different. It looks cluttered. Next to … Continue reading

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The Life of Julius: federal cradle-to-grave meddling in health care (part 3)

Tweet At age 23, Julius graduates from college and begins an internship. Because he and his new wife are so healthy, they choose not to buy health insurance, knowing they can pay out of pocket for needed checkups and basic … Continue reading

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The Life of Julius: federal cradle-to-grave meddling in health care (part 2)

Tweet At age 10, Julius is playing outside during recess when he begins coughing. His cough persists and worsens for several days, so his mother decides she’ll take him to their long-time family doctor at a private clinic. But when … Continue reading

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The Life of Julius: federal cradle-to-grave meddling in health care (part 1)

Tweet As Americans eagerly await the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care plan, we invite you to follow us as we embark on a journey called “The Life of Julius.” This story will illustrate … Continue reading

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