Rep. Kline says health care law will undermine education

  • Article by: Corey Mitchell , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 29, 2013 - 10:28 PM

To ease law’s costs, expect fewer programs and limits on part-time staffers, the GOP congressman says.

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tandabussNov. 28, 13 9:24 PM

And, Rep. Kline, will the ACA also bring locusts? Sheeesh!

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donm251Nov. 28, 13 9:32 PM

It appears the federal government believes that because it created a website for health care (which doesn't work properly most of the time), that it will resolve all the health care problems? The ACA will collapse on itself because of continued failures, corruption and lack of younger people taking advantage of it.

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du1152Nov. 28, 13 9:49 PM

The Koch Brothers need to just set Kline up at their headquarters on their dime, and not the taxpayers! After all, he really works for them!!

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smeeagain2Nov. 28, 13 9:58 PM

If its bad for education the republicans will love it.

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Truckman182Nov. 28, 1310:59 PM

John just sit back and let the ACA implode all on its own. When it does you will coast in the 2014 elections.

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scottkyNov. 28, 1311:02 PM

Don't necessarily look for this at your larger school districts, but this would be more likely at smaller rural public school districts, charter schools and private schools. There is no reason why the public sector would not mimic the private sector given the same criteria.

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sternitzkyNov. 28, 1311:26 PM

This has already happened to my job position for a school district, previous person was full time with full benefits. She retired. I was hired at 5.75hrs a day so that I do not qualify for health benefits.

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butchie57Nov. 29, 13 3:05 AM

I am sick and tired of the GOP stating the afforable health care plan is bad, and will not work. Okay! if that is true, "WHAT IS YOUR PLAN TO INSURE OUR CITIZENS WHO HAVE NO INSURANCE." If you do not like the plan, put your alternative on the table, and put money where you mouth is, and STOP COMPLAINING!!!

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horacedjonesNov. 29, 13 4:48 AM

Kline, as his record shows, has never been a champion of education. However, recent polls in his district show his reelection prospect may be vulnerable. Expect more disingenuous spins as he maneuvers to get reelected.

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JPetersen3Nov. 29, 13 6:05 AM

sternitzky: why don't you identify the school district and give us your real name so the rest of us can see if you are telling the truth or are just another Republican?

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