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May 21, 2009


Oregon (and you in helping design it) faced a tough issue that the country will have to face with this subject. Not only will what is likely to be most successful for quality of life have to be taken into consideration but maybe even some limitations on those who exercise very unhealthy lifestyles that they wish to continue but that demand the public then pay the price.

One example is the alcoholic who wants a new liver but wants to continue drinking, but it's the easier one. This will be a tough one to resolve in a country that values freedom; and yet is it fair to ask everyone to pay when someone doesn't care enough about their own health to be reasonable in their lifestyle. If it's not dealt with, and a lot won't want to touch this issue, then the plan could easily escalate in cost to a point where it falls apart.

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