Kellyanne Conway, senior White House Advisor, speaks during a listening session conducted by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price June 21. Conway recently made a comment at the Newseum that those who lose their Medicaid “can always get jobs.” That will surprise many low-income workers who depend on it because though they have jobs, their companies don’t offer health insurance.
Kellyanne Conway, senior White House Advisor, speaks during a listening session conducted by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price June 21. Conway recently made a comment at the Newseum that those who lose their Medicaid “can always get jobs.” That will surprise many low-income workers who depend on it because though they have jobs, their companies don’t offer health insurance. Alex Brandon Associated Press
Kellyanne Conway, senior White House Advisor, speaks during a listening session conducted by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price June 21. Conway recently made a comment at the Newseum that those who lose their Medicaid “can always get jobs.” That will surprise many low-income workers who depend on it because though they have jobs, their companies don’t offer health insurance. Alex Brandon Associated Press

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