The effect of this case can be undone by requiring any employers with strong religious interests not to offer health insurance.
...elsewhere. I've often wondered what people mean when they display this motto. Now, looking around at the disasters our nation's leaders have freely brought upon us, I think it may mean "God Help Us!" Victor Reilly, Aiken, S.C.
...that for any private insurer. Getting agreement on a single payer will be difficult. One way to get there eventually is to include a Medicare-like option to compete with existing insurers. This is a must. Victor Reilly Aiken, S.C.
...multimillion-dollar salaries. Ridding us of much of that would pay for extending coverage to everyone. Yes, a public plan may lead eventually to single-payer for us too, but that would be a good outcome. Victor Reilly Aiken, S.C.
Unless Republicans reconsider and accept their poorest citizens into Medicaid, they will be blamed for the truly horrible consequences.
You ran a letter titled "Ban dangerous fracking," by Victor Reilly (Feb. 4). He read an article in a magazine and this, fortunately for his agenda, supports another attack on fracking.Just...
...become visible again." I say phooey! Working people don't qualify for Medicaid.Another liberal letter writer, Victor Reilly, seems to have recently devoted his life to stopping the practice of fracking for oil ("Ban dangerous fracking...
The men with their billion-dollar bankrolls, as well as business money, now dominate our politics.
If the numbers are correct, replacing coal with gas from fracking in generating electric power will add to, not reduce, our greenhouse.
In response to Mr. Victor Reilly's Nov. 22 letter "So just call it Romney care":Our resident, radical, super left-wing liberal maintains that Romney-care...