Teen Talk: How do you think the health care law will affect you?

April 27, 2010

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Liberty High School

“It is a good thing for young people, because it assists them by helping them acquire health insurance.”

— Nick Antonio, senior

“It is going to force me to pay for something I don’t want.”

— Jason Murray, freshman

Issaquah High School

“I don’t really know much about this bill at all.”

— Neel Rijhwani, sophomore

“I think it’s great that the bill has passed. I can stay under my parents’ plan until I am 26 now.”

— Sawyer Mittelstaedt, sophomore

Skyline High School

“I personally don’t know much about the health care reform, but seeing how the teens in my community are equally unaware, I don’t think that I will be affected much.”

— Warren Chang, sophomore

“With government regulating health care, they’re setting up a new socialist at the same time. I don’t know if I’ll be affected much, because the reform isn’t specifically targeted towards us.”

— Kevin Purdy, junior

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One Response to “Teen Talk: How do you think the health care law will affect you?”

  1. Healthcare changing for children and teens « WHS Journalism I on May 5th, 2010 6:08 am

    […] approve. The consensus was about 57% of people were pleased by the bill, but 43% were not pleased.http://www.issaquahpress.com/2010/04/27/teen-talk-how-do-you-think-the-health-care-law-will-affect-y… Dalton Alexander, a high school student, says that  “I do not approve of the new healthcare […]

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