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First and foremost, neither the House nor Senate health reform bills repeal HSAs. Earlier proposals that would have eliminated some of these options.
GOP candidates bash health care reform on the stump but take advantage of it in private Republicans are making health care reform a huge issue in the Nov. 2 election, with candidates vowing to block national reform from being implemented in Wisconsin because the free market allegedly is superior to government-aided health care. Yet these same Republican candidates—Ron Johnson, for U.S. Senate …
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Republican Hypocrisy on Health Care
During the West Virginia Senate debate on Oct. 18, 2010, Democratic Gov. Joe Manchin and Republican businessman John Raese sparred over a number of topics, including the Democratic-backed health care law passed earlier this year.
Know the TRUTH about the Government Health Care Bill H.R.3200. Wendell Potter Blasts Senate Panel Rejection of Public Insurance Option. READ THE ENTIRE HR 3200 HEALTH CARE BILL /CLICK LINK BELOW. HEALTH CARE BILL HR 3200 …
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There are two versions of the bill — one in the House (H.R. 3200) and one in the Senate (there is no number for the Senate bill at this point, but it is titled the Affordable Health Choices Act). Both bills forward massive increases in …
Lori Townsend, APRN – Anchorage At Monday’s Anchorage Chamber Senate debate, the Senate candidates also tackled the issue of health care reform. Asked if they would support, vote to repeal or modify the new federal health law, the Republican candidates were eager to denounce it. Joe Miller said, it can’t be tolerated. Lisa [...]
Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell took aim in the GOP radio response at government spending, accusing majority Democrats of “maxing out the national credit card on a failed stimulus bill and a government-run health care bill.” (Oct. 2)
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GOP Weekly Address: Government Spending