It’s rare in Guam to drive to work without encountering someone in an orange vest on the median of a turn lane with a bucket and a sign to please assist with so-and-so’s medical costs.
Our columnist, Frank J. Campillo, expresses in the adjacent article how great it would be if this were no longer necessary — if those people could have access to health insurance to dampen the blow of exorbitant medical bills, not to mention costs to travel off island for more specialized care. (Of course, even in that world, there may be still be . . .
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