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Edwin Brandon, Michie

#StopTheBlock Stories “As a 36 year survivor of AIDS and 3 time cancer survivor my health care is extremely expensive. Without Medicaid I will die. I am opposed to the proposal to radically change Tennessee’s Medicaid partnership with the federal government by converting federal funding for TennCare into a “block grant.”

Lailah Abonami, Nashville

#StopTheBlock Stories “I am opposed to the proposal to radically change Tennessee’s Medicaid partnership with the federal government by converting federal funding for TennCare into a “block grant.” I am currently expecting my first child and rely on Tenncare to get the prenatal care I need. My husband and I are

Mallorie Hatcher, Johnson City

#StopTheBlock Stories Mallorie Hatcher, Johnson City Hi my name is Mallorie Hatcher from Johnson City, Tennessee. I work fulltime as an Occupational Therapist and my husband Robert, who was my highschool sweetheart, works as a firefighter. We are proud parents of 7-year-old daughter Londyn and a 5-year-old son

Sandy Hiortdahl, Elizabethtown

#StopTheBlock Stories As a person living with disabilities "who nonetheless has a full time job with benefits, I nonetheless feel very deeply for those who need Medicaid and Medicare and otherwise cannot get help. It is shameful to let people suffer," said Dr. Sandy Hiortdahl of Elizabethton, TN.