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"[anvplayer video='WJTV:1009837'] JACKSON, Miss. - It was a quick and seemingly dismissive response that had an elected official making headlines earlier this week. The reaction to his response has turned from outrage to an outpouring of support. It's a fundraising campaign on the heels of what some are calling callous remarks by republican representative Jeffrey", wjtv.com
"A state representative told a Mississippi woman she should earn money for the insulin and insulin pump supplies that her diabetic 8-year-old daughter needs to survive instead of asking for state help. Nicole Nichols of Richland told The Clarion-Ledger (http://on.thec-l.com/2929ntV) she was 'flabbergasted' by the email from Ocean Springs Republican Rep. Jeffrey Guice.", www.rdmag.com
"State representative to mom: Buy your own meds Monday, Nicole Nichols sent an email to each representative, asking for help in obtaining her diabetic daughter's insulin pump supplies... ...While the supply company was covered by Medicaid, the company they outsourced to was not. Nichols said she called 23 companies to find one that was both covered by Medicaid and in the original company's approved network. She has yet to find one... ...She said Jeffrey Guice is the only representative who responded negatively. His response was not the one Nichols was expecting. Guice responded,", yallpolitics.com
"OCEAN SPRINGS, Mississippi -- State Rep. Jeff Guice of Ocean Springs touched off a firestorm of controversy Monday when he told a mother seeking help with medical costs for her diabetic child to buy the supplies with her own money. According to the Clarion-Ledger, Nicole Nichols sent an email to ever state representative, outlining rising costs and shrinking insurance payments for her daughter's insulin pump supplies. 'We have recently begun having problems with Medicaid/CHIPS coverage for the essential diabetes supplies needed,' Nichols wrote in her email, 'not only to keep our kids healthy, but to keep them alive. 'Is there someone in the legislature that can and will help these children stay healthy?' she continued. 'They must have these medications and supplies which administer the medications to stay healthy and, quite honestly, alive!' Guice's blunt response: 'I am sorry for your problem. Have you thought about buying the", blog.gulflive.com
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