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During one of my telephone town hall conversations, a woman on the line told a story. She and her husband desired to start their own architectural firm. Starting a business is a lift under any circumstance. Many persons dream of it — and that’s good. But it’s hard, and there must be a convergence of variables for success. It takes start-up capital, a sellable good, hard work, patience, and perspiration. In this case, there was another hurdle: Buying healthcare with a sickness in the family meant a $30,000 per year upfront cost before any service was sold. It was too high — so, for now, they couldn’t start.

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