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FMCC president says health care changes might lead to end of college's coverage

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Cheap health insurance for students could be eliminated at Fulton Montgomery Community College if a new federal health regulation is approved by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. FMCC President Dustin Swanger said a few years ago his college decided to create a mandatory health insurance policy that for only $100 per year gives basic health insurance coverage to every student taking at least six credit hours per semester. The coverage includes emergency ...


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awineberg@yahoo.com
March 25, 2011
8:14 a.m.

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Once again the folks who are trying to better themselves take a huge hit from the Federal Govt. Amazing!

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