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Michele and Ralph Iallonardi discussed medical-related debt on a panel with CNN's Roland Martin. As always, Michele and Ralph did a terrific job explaining what we in the autism world deal with in terms of insurance and debt.  They're TV stars!

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Evelyn Guzman

Yes, you are right. Funds should be given directly to those who need it. Why give this money to those who lobby for insurance companies which should be covering these medical expenses to begin with?

Evelyn Guzman
Debt Challenger

Allison Baxley

Wow, it is like you were speaking for my family. Thanks for being good representatives!

Media Scholar

Autism Speaks campaigning for insurance industry reform. Families are being exposed. The public will push back against rising insurance rates for everybody.

Autism Speaks and their co-factors in the insurance industry are aligning themselves for big, fat government subsidies.

Better to directly aid families than to dish out billions to the Autism Speaks/Insurance industry lobby.

Ironic, isn't it? Since the insurance industry is culpable for vaccine injured children.

They're stealing candy from our babies.

Theresa Cedillo

Way to go Michele and Ralph! Great job!

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