Cindi Ross Scoppe

May 12, 2013 12:00 AM

Scoppe: Medicaid madness

I KEEP GETTING these offers in the mail: Let us send you this cookbook for free, and then we’ll send you another one every year, which you have to pay for, unless you cancel. I throw them in the trash because so far I haven’t been offered any cookbooks that I want, and it’s silly to accept something for free that you don’t need or want. But if it was something I needed or wanted, it’d be even sillier to say no.

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