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Elaine Marshall on Health Care

 


End lifetime caps & exorbitant co-pays

Source: Campaign website, elainemarshall.com, "Issues" Jul 20, 2010

Coverage for mammograms and Pap Smears

Healthcare AND Health Insurance Reform: "As a lawyer, I stood up for people without a voice. As a citizen, I went to the General Assembly and took on the insurance industry to get coverage for mammograms and Pap Smears. As a member of the North Carolina Senate, I got needed healthcare services, especially for our state's rural areas. And as Secretary of State, I have made protecting consumers and creating jobs my top priorities."
Source: Democracy For America 2010 endorsements Jul 2, 2010

Strong supporter of the public option

Elaine's career as Secretary of State for North Carolina has been built upon fighting for open government, lobbyist reform and taking on health insurance companies. She has been an early and strong supporter of the public option and health insurance reform overall.
Source: Democracy For America 2010 endorsements Jul 2, 2010

Other candidates on Health Care: Elaine Marshall on other issues:
NC Gubernatorial:
Bev Perdue
NC Senatorial:
Kay Hagan
Richard Burr

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Page last updated: Nov 26, 2010