Dear Governor Haslam:
This is the 60th letter to you.
If the studies are correct 50 people have died in Tennessee for lack of insurance since I started writing you. Around 25 will die in the next 30 days. Still another 25 will be dead by my birthday in September. It could be more, perhaps a lot more since I am figuring on the low end of what the study says.
I really wish you were like a militiary commander and had to write the families of those on your watch.
Hopefully the next two monhs will bring better news.