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Old 07-31-2009, 07:05 PM
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Wal-Mart Regrets Exec's Comments on Health Care for Immigrants | BNET Food Blog | BNET
Wal-Mart recently announced its support for requiring large corporations to provide health insurance to their employees. But a Wal-Mart VP took things one step further last weekend while speaking on a health care panel at the annual conference of Latino group National Council of La Raza.

When asked the company’s position on health care for undocumented immigrants, John Agwunobi, who oversees Wal-Mart’s health and wellness business unit, responded, “We believe strongly that everyone should have access to affordable health insurance. Everyone.
So, Wal-Mart wants health care for undocumented people. If they can provide it for their workers, if any are illegal, thats fine by me but i dont tihnk most tax payers want to pay for the illegal immigrants health care
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