Hillary Clinton for President

"Michelle's Law"
60 sec. ad run in NH starting Dec. 13, 2007 along with "Barbara Marzelli"

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Announcer: Paid for by Hillary Clinton for President

Ann Marie Morse: Back in December of 2003, my twenty year-old daughter Michelle, was complaining of having some pain in her abdomen.  So we sent her to the local hospital, and they determined that evening that they were going to have to do emergency surgery.  When they finished, they told us that she had advanced colon cancer.  So I called the insurance company, and what I found out, is that the minute they're no longer a full-time student, the coverage ends.  I started to think, she's not going to be able to go back to school.  What are we going to do?

Announcer: Last year, New Hampshire passed Michelle's Law which gives all full-time college students in the state access to medical leave.  Now Hillary is fighting to make New Hampshire's law, national law.

Ann Marie Morse: Insurance for everybody, that is one of her big policy changes that she wants to make.  As a mom, she's passionate about what she's doing.  And my motto is, never mess with a mom who's passionate about a cause.

Hillary Clinton: I'm Hillary Clinton, candidate for President, and I approve this message.


Notes: See: Kevin Landrigan, "Clinton chases after Obama with gender card," Nashua Telegraph, Dec. 16, 2007.