|By Steve Twedt, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Many of these residents have jobs that don't provide health insurance, or pay enough to buy it, such as home health aides, cashiers or janitors, the report says. Together, they represent 59 percent of
"No one who gets up and goes to work every day should have to do it without health insurance," said
"By continuing to delay a coverage expansion, lawmakers are forcing hardworking Pennsylvanians and those who've fallen on hard times to live in fear that one accident or illness will wipe them out financially."
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