Page values for "My Challenge to the President"

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_creationDateDatetimeOctober 3, 2007 5:05:52 PM
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My Challenge to the President

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TopicPageState Children's Health Insurance Program
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AuthorList of Page, delimiter: ,Ted Kennedy
SourcePageThe Huffington Post
DateDateOctober 3, 2007
URLURLhttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/sen-edward-m-kennedy-/my-challenge-to-the-presi_b_66946.html
QuoteText"He says the bill costs too much. But for the price of one day in Iraq, we could cover 256,000 children. One week would cover 1.8 million children. And just over one month of the Iraq war would cover the full cost of the bill and insure 10 million children for a whole year. Because the current SCHIP program falls far short of meeting the need, hundreds of thousands of children have lost their coverage on President Bush's watch."
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My Challenge to the President by Ted Kennedy (The Huffington Post, October 3, 2007) (view)