Associated Press
This May 13, 2012, family photo provided by Nathan Ochs shows his wife, Constance Van Kley, Nathan Ochs and their sons Rudy, left, and Abraham during a visit to Little Devils Tower near Custer, S.D. If hotshot firefighter Nathan Ochs is hurt on the job, workers compensation would pay for his medical care. When his son Rudy was born seven weeks premature, Ochs and his wife were left with a $70,000 hospital bill because they had no health insurance. Thousands of wildland firefighters aren’t eligible for federal health insurance so they have launched an online petition to change that_ drawing more than 90,000 signatures in a matter of days. (AP Photo/Ochs Family)

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