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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Grady Payne
Two years after congressional Democrats squeezed out enough votes to pass President Obama's health care overhaul, confusion still reigns among the states, insurers and average Americans struggling to comply with the hundreds of pages in the law.
"Most of 'em don't have a clue what's fixin' to happen," said Grady Payne, owner of a business based in Fort Worth, Texas.
Since the 1990s, Mr. Grady has offered full-coverage policies to about 140 administrative staffers, but not to 300 or so factory workers, mainly young and male, who he said aren't willing to help foot the bill.