As a construction worker and logger, Bryan L. Mashburn does what he describes as “backbreaking, muscle-pulling work,” laying concrete foundations for water towers and felling 3,000-pound trees. He has no health insurance, and he tried to avoid going to doctors when he crushed a finger on one occasion and metal shavings flew deep into his eye another time.
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