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Topic - Aaron Shirley
Oppose a government health care plan? A Jackson, Miss., doctor wants you to put your convictions on the line by burning your mother's Medicare card.
Bad economic times, coupled with the traditional agriculture-based economy, mean many businesses in the Mississippi Delta simply don't offer coverage to their workers. The solutions, however, are not as easy to pinpoint.
he acknowledged that that is not politically realistic right now, so he supports what President Obama is trying to do.
Sitting in a cluttered office at the Jackson Medical Mall, an innovative project Dr. Shirley started to help make health care more accessible, he said the government was to blame for failing to sign up those who are eligible for Medicaid, even though Mississippi gets more federal matching money for each of its own Medicaid dollars spent than any other state.