Thursday, February 23, 2017
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The Obamacare replacement proposed by House leaders and the new secretary of health and human services would cut the ACA provisions that have helped more than 11 million gain Medicaid coverage and would cut Medicaid over all as well. The Republicans would also eliminate income-based Obamacare subsidies that help families buy affordable insurance. It would allow families to put more money into health savings accounts, which mainly benefits the wealthy. Is this what you would like to see?

 
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Looking Back

Faces and places from the past are featured each week in Looking Back, sponsored by Standard Supply, and we invite you to share your memories here.

If you can identify anyone or remember the occasion, please scroll down and leave a comment.

We’re guessing a 1970s dates for this one. Is this a group of Fitzgerald High School choral students? Several appear to be holding certificates. Do you recognize any of these young people or remember the occasion? If you do, call Sherri or send an email.
 

James Smith, Teresa Moss Younger, who lives in Atlanta now, and Mary Sams McKinnon of Jacksonville, Fla., and a member of the Monitor High School Class of 1959, contacted us about last week’s photo. Pictured are (from left): seated, Ann Grant, Jeanette Stephenson, Joann McCoy, Eleanor Wenze, Vivian Spivey, Barbara McMillan, Wanda Clark and teacher Mrs. I.O. Fugate, and standing, Donniel Doster, Bishop Wenze, Ralph Moore and James Smith. Eleanor Wenze appears to be holding an award — perhaps from a competition? Melinda Drexler Benton of Cumming identified her mom, Sandra Drexler as the stylist in the February 8 photo, and Lisa Lee of Richmond, Va., identified her father, Freddy Lee, and Sandra.
 
 

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