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Congressman Roger Marshall, Kansas Great Bend doctor

Wants to be Kansas Senator. Sad man that calls the working poor immoral and would cut their health care because he doesn't like them. Gee, single parent with two jobs has to wait until arm gets chopped off to take time from work to go to ER. Bad parent. You should pay your maid to watch the kids. Right. Privilege and power.

"Just, like, homeless people.... I think just morally, spiritually, socially, [some people] just don't want health care," he said. "The Medicaid population, which is [on] a free credit card, as a group, do probably the least preventive medicine and taking care of themselves and eating healthy and exercising. And I'm not judging, I'm just saying socially that's where they are. So there's a group of people that even with unlimited access to health care are only going to use the emergency room when their arm is chopped off or when their pneumonia is so bad they get brought [into] the ER."

https://time.com/4697680/republican-roger-marshall-poor-people-health-care/


Mark Berghaus Exhibit in the Gallery, January 15-February 28th 5.4.7 Arts Center, (1st LEED Platinum Building in Kansas), Greensburg

Dustin Sypher, Tall Grass Forge, Greensburg

Greensburg Green Town

Architects give first glimpse of new city: Greensburg, Hutchinson News, Dec. 21, 2007

Film preview: "Greensburg, A Community of Hope Rebuilds", Dec. 2007, lawrence.com

Greensburg Recovery Planning, official city site

Greensburg, KS: Satellite Photographs, Before and After Tornado, by Google Earth and Maps Team

Toronado May 2007

Heberling Associates, Inc.



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