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For the Record - March 30, 2012

Voices Around Town

As the Supreme Court considers the health care bill, where do you stand on the issue?

"I really don't know anything about the health care plan. I avoid politics, because I don't believe any of it."

Larry Leib, Mountain View

"Coming from Greece originally, I'm used to having a social net. I think, overall, having a universal health care system is very favorable for society."

Andreas Nomikos, Athens

"Whenever someone doesn't have health insurance and goes into the emergency room, the taxpayers bear the cost of any procedures that occur. I'm definitely in favor of the health care bill."

Alex Colavin, Palo Alto

"I think that people who don't work shouldn't just get free health care."

Amanda Fazio, Saratoga

"I don't know that I'm a big fan of the individual mandate, but I think that the rest of it is potentially helpful. I like the idea of exchanges. I guess I would be for it on the whole."

Elizabeth Bugayong, San Francisco

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