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Monday, Oct. 2, 2006 | How convenient that both Supervisor Pam Slater-Price and Supervisor Ron Roberts take October junkets. The Board of Supervisors can’t seem to continue health care benefits for the 2,700 In-Home Support Service employees who care for the elderly and disabled in the county. Oct. 31 is the end of health insurance. What does this mean? For those with preexisting conditions, like high blood pressure or cancer, their treatment is ended. There appears to be no continuity of care. And this is county business. So the supervisors will play, and for the rest of us? Let them eat cake.