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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Lois Capps
The parents of a Santa Barbara woman who was fatally struck by a congresswoman's aide filed a federal lawsuit against the driver, U.S. Rep. Lois Capps and the U.S. government.
Far from ending the debate over President Obama's health care law, last month's Supreme Court ruling has only stoked the partisan battle over the issue, with both parties taking to the airwaves and the Internet to try to frame the landmark decision ahead of November's elections.
"I lost a daughter way before her time, and it's a heartache," Capps said.
Capps told KEYT that the woman's death was a tragedy but declined to comment on the lawsuit.