Gail Lawrey of Biloxi, from left, Alyssa Smith of Gulfport and Carolyn Hamilton of Biloxi sit in the waiting room at the Bethel Free Clinic in Biloxi in 2010. All three women are without health insurance.
Gail Lawrey of Biloxi, from left, Alyssa Smith of Gulfport and Carolyn Hamilton of Biloxi sit in the waiting room at the Bethel Free Clinic in Biloxi in 2010. All three women are without health insurance. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File
Gail Lawrey of Biloxi, from left, Alyssa Smith of Gulfport and Carolyn Hamilton of Biloxi sit in the waiting room at the Bethel Free Clinic in Biloxi in 2010. All three women are without health insurance. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File

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