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020511MichaelHunterEnrightHealthcareMP161

SHOT 2/5/11 12:13:12 PM - Michael Enright and his 14 year-old son Hunter, who has Type 1 diabetes pose for a portrait at their Golden, Co. home one weekend. Michael is president of AAA Service Plumbing, Heating and Electric in Arvada and insures some 60 employees and their families through his company. He is pragmatic about the healthcare debate and doesn't believe there should ever be any lifetime cap on benefits and added, "there seems to be a lot of other countries doing it (healthcare) better than we are here. We're definitely not getting our money's worth out of it right now." Hunter is a freshman at Golden High School and discovered he had diabetes when he was 11 years old. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2011)

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SHOT 2/5/11 12:13:12 PM - Michael Enright and his 14 year-old son Hunter, who has Type 1 diabetes pose for a portrait at their Golden, Co. home one weekend. Michael is president of AAA Service Plumbing, Heating and Electric in Arvada and insures some 60 employees and their families through his company. He is pragmatic about the healthcare debate and doesn't believe there should ever be any lifetime cap on benefits and added, "there seems to be a lot of other countries doing it (healthcare) better than we are here. We're definitely not getting our money's worth out of it right now." Hunter is a freshman at Golden High School and discovered he had diabetes when he was 11 years old. (Photo by Marc Piscotty / © 2011)