“It’s so wrong that the people I work with either can’t afford the coverage, or they can’t afford to use it when they need to,” says insurance broker Lori Shandro Oüten. “It’s embarrassing that our country can’t figure this out.”
“It’s so wrong that the people I work with either can’t afford the coverage, or they can’t afford to use it when they need to,” says insurance broker Lori Shandro Oüten. “It’s embarrassing that our country can’t figure this out.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
“It’s so wrong that the people I work with either can’t afford the coverage, or they can’t afford to use it when they need to,” says insurance broker Lori Shandro Oüten. “It’s embarrassing that our country can’t figure this out.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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