Rev. George Taylor, visitation pastor at All Saints Lutheran Church, speaks in favor of the Affordable Care Act Monday, Feb. 13, during a protest against the repeal of the law. The audience was a hundred people standing in front of the Peyton building, where Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers has her Spokane office.
Rev. George Taylor, visitation pastor at All Saints Lutheran Church, speaks in favor of the Affordable Care Act Monday, Feb. 13, during a protest against the repeal of the law. The audience was a hundred people standing in front of the Peyton building, where Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers has her Spokane office. JESSE TINSLEY The Spokesman-Review
Rev. George Taylor, visitation pastor at All Saints Lutheran Church, speaks in favor of the Affordable Care Act Monday, Feb. 13, during a protest against the repeal of the law. The audience was a hundred people standing in front of the Peyton building, where Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers has her Spokane office. JESSE TINSLEY The Spokesman-Review

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