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Oppressive progressives?

On March 17, The New York Times (“Oxygen for Votes: Maduro Coerced Cuban Doctors to Tilt Election; Denying Medical Care to Opponents of the Venezuelan Leader”) reported that Cuban doctors sent to Venezuela were instructed to tell patients to vote for Maduro on penalty of medical care being withheld.

When progressive legislators in Colorado succeed in eliminating private health care systems here, will patients who don’t vote progressive be able to receive care?

Maurice Emmer


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