Listen: New Jersey, Amy And Three Percent discussed on Steve Trevelise
"It they just keep coming up with new ways to spend our money in New Jersey. We're gonna spend money on New Jersey. Why not spend it on the documented, although there are more and more documents the undocumented, you can be an illegal immigrant and pay taxes in New Jersey is that Amy grant that legal alien and pay taxes in New Jersey by using the individual tax identification number tonight, digital processing of tax payers independence, who don't qualify for social security number. So yeah, they do pay taxes. But regardless of that, you know, if we're gonna be giving away free stuff if we're going to be providing health insurance for children why not like we never hear anything about. We wanna do something for your children. You know, we wanted to something for the middle class. We wanted to something for the tax payers. Grant that I said that you know, they're paying taxes. Well, which is great. I guess the citizens the middle class the ones footing the bulk of the Bill. What eight hundred two eight three what oh one point five estimated seventy eight thousand children. The state are not insured could new report by the progressive, New Jersey policy perspective three point five percent of the children the state lacked coverage and when broken down by racing if this this this city five point one percent black six point three percent, Hispanic children have no insurance. Okay. Getting shirts. I mean, if you go to the hospital, if you you know, you can't be turned away. So maybe there's some kind of reimbursement thing as we heard earlier a one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five it's every day. A lawmaker comes out with a new idea how weak and spend money to provide for those here illegally. I don't understand what the big deal is about those here"