As Jobless Numbers Mount, So Do Medical Bills For a first-person perspective on skyrocketing health care costs, Tony Cox speaks with Jesse Alexander. He was laid off from his job just over a year ago and now pays over $1,000 every month for health insurance for himself and his wife.
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As Jobless Numbers Mount, So Do Medical Bills

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As Jobless Numbers Mount, So Do Medical Bills

As Jobless Numbers Mount, So Do Medical Bills

As Jobless Numbers Mount, So Do Medical Bills

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For a first-person perspective on skyrocketing health care costs, Tony Cox speaks with Jesse Alexander.

He was laid off from his job just over a year ago and now pays over $1,000 every month for health insurance for himself and his wife.

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