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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Tom Kean
Paralyzed former Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand implored his fellow graduates to remember that anything is possible in an emotional speech Sunday during the university's commencement ceremony.
Rutgers University says former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean will deliver the commencement address at this month's graduation ceremony.
Among things they'll want to know, he wrote, is whether the states benefitted economically from new federal funding, how the expansion affected state budgets, if hospitals thrived because the federal government will pay for more of the uninsured population and if Republican politicians were hurt or not by their decision.
He urged graduated to "help us in this country break this terrible gridlock. Help us hold this society together."