Tuesday, May 23, 2006

"We've been at this debate for a long time, perhaps too long."

That's a quote from Eliot Shaw from the Business Council in his testimony.

A sign of hope?


Turns out Shaw thinks that the Fair Share for Health Care bill is unfair to employers with profits of billions of dollars per year.


Potrikus said retailers provide "robust" benefits. Assemblymember Grannis is curious about Potrikhus's definition of "robust." Touche!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yep, it's like those 3 million uninsured New Yorkers refuse to magically disappear!

I mean, poor Eliot. He must be just so TIRED of this problem. His clients have billions of dollars in profits--why don't people feel sorry for them? Why do these people without insurance refuse to just think happy thoughts and pretend everything is fine?

Poor little rich corporations.