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crapshoots2001 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 14, 2014 8:24 AM Member since: Apr 21, 2003
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  • crapshoots2001 by crapshoots2001 Jul 14, 2014 8:24 AM Flag

    They smoked Brazil & beat a very tough Argentina team. This was a real team effort and win.

  • LOL What a bunch of BS this is
    Some Bay Staters who were given free taxpayer-funded insurance thanks to the state’s Obamacare website meltdown are now losing access to their primary care physicians, specialists and even their former prescription coverage because they’re not accepted under the new plan, the Herald has learned.

    “It’s awesome they’re owning up to their mistakes and extending this to us free of charge, but the problem is, it’s awful coverage,” Bronwen Hodgkinson of Easthampton told the Herald.

    Hodgkinson said the medication she takes for a skin condition — which cost her $150 a month under her old Blue Cross/Blue Shield plan — isn’t covered at all under MassHealth, and goes for $1,000 a month, which she can’t afford. MassHealth still refused to cover the cost, even after her PCP appealed the decision, she said.

    “I didn’t ask for it — it was forced upon us,” said Zachary Milligan-Pate of Somerville, who was switched to temporary Medicaid insurance instead of the plan he hoped to enroll in. “I can’t see my primary, and as someone with a relatively complicated medical history ... it’s created a huge amount of stress.”

    Milligan-Pate, who was mugged, hit over the head and left unconscious for a half-hour in downtown Boston in 2009, said neither his regular doctor nor his neurologist is covered under the MassHealth stopgap program.

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