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If the Supreme Court overturns President Barack Obama’s health-care law, someone will have to figure out what’s going to happen to the $ 1 billion the federal government has already handed out to states and territories to establish state-regulated health-care plans.
The recession kept U.S. health care spending low in 2011, according to a federal government report released on Monday. It finds that health spending grew just 3.9 percent — the same historically low rate of growth as over the past three years.
Question by Paul: Would it be better to buy health insurance before or after the new health care legislation passes?
I’m a healthy young person with no pressing need for any health care right now. I want to buy health insurance, but I don’t know if I should wait until after the health care legislation passes.
Will premiums likely be higher or lower afterwards? Will I be able to cross state lines to buy health insurance afterwards? These are just two examples, but I’m interested in ANY factors.
Answer by Zarnev
Nobody really knows the answer to your questions because the final bill hasn’t been presented as of yet. The Rebulicans want to be able to buy across state lines but the Democrats don’t and they’re not listening to anything the Republicans say, and buying across state lines has not previously been in any versions of the bill. Anyone that knows anything about health insurance will tell you that the premiums will go up because there is little in the bill that actually reduces health care costs. However, don’t hold your breath because if and when the bill passes the only immediate effect will be an increase in taxes; the insurance won’t be available until 2014. The current projections are 10 years of taxes to pay for 6 years of benefits.
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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – People with chronic dry mouth related to cancer treatment reported some improvement in symptoms like sticky saliva and dry lips after eight weeks of group acupuncture, in a new study from the UK.
A meeting to discuss independence was held in Glasgow on 13th Sept 2012 Partial transcript below: “Will we be better off after independence, economically, socially, politically, culturally? That’s what it comes down to. People will make up their minds essentially on that. The country will have more money. Scotland’s democratic political left of centre egalitarian, in a spirit of supporting peace, percolate to the top and this can be a country that would be so much better. That’s a process still in its embryonic stage cos people are grappling with this just now. People say to me, whether it’s the other mums and dads at school or the football team and they say see this independence “where do you stand?” My answer is I’m for it because I think we’ll be better off. Scottish working class people will be better off. In my political life I’ve always learned and cherished a short question merits a short answer. Don’t give people a 3 hour history lecture about the Declaration of Arbroath or references to Braveheart or William Wallace, Answer the question concisely and accurately. Working class people will be better off but there’s 2 sides to it: it stands to reason for me as a logician as somebody who’s involved in politics, I engage my intellect I’ve got: it stands to reason that if all the wealth generated in Scotland, the oil wealth, the income tax that we pay, VAT, the duty on petrol, whisky, all the taxes revenues levies and wealth that we create in this country stays here …
(Reuters) – Several people became ill after eating steaks that may contain E. coli bacteria sold at a store in Edmonton, Alberta, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency said on Wednesday.
2012 Korean Community Center of Greater Princeton (KCCP) 6th Chuseok Gala – Don Liu, General Counsel at Xerox, “Career Path After Graduation.” August 29th, 2012 at Xerox Learning Center in New York City. www.kccprinceton.org Don H. Liu is general counsel and secretary for Xerox Corporation. He is also a corporate senior vice president of the corporation. Liu joined Xerox in June 2007. Liu oversees the legal affairs of the corporation, including litigation and patent acquisition. He also manages governance and regulatory compliance for the board of directors and is responsible for Xerox’s ethic program, government affairs and public policy activities on domestic and international affairs. Prior to joining Xerox, Liu was senior vice president, general counsel and corporate compliance officer for Toll Brothers. From 1999 to 2005, he served as general counsel, corporate secretary and corporate compliance officer for IKON Office Solutions. He was vice president and deputy chief legal officer for Aetna US Healthcare from 1992 to1999. Liu earned his juris doctor degree from Columbia University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Haverford College. He is affiliated with professional and not-for-profit organizations, including the Connecticut Bar Foundation, the Minority Corporate Counsel Association and the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. He is also the vice chair of the Asian American Diversity Advisory Council for Comcast Corporation.