Brian Russom

former social worker

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Bakersfield resident, former social worker

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Bakersfield residents share their personal challenges in getting affordable health insurance, and weigh in on the Republicans’ new health care bill.

57-year-old former Trump supporter: Republicans' health plan is 'garbage'

Bakersfield residents share their personal challenges in getting affordable health insurance, and weigh in on the Republicans’ new health care bill.

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