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An American fugitive convicted in a $ 1-million health-care fraud scheme in California was arrested Wednesday in Canada.

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CBS News political director John Dickerson discusses the delay of a key provision in the new health care law, as well as response from Washington opponents a…
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Gun Control: US Army Psy-Ops Behind Wisconsin Massacre? Who is behind this?

All of these ‘lone nut’ massacres turn out to be false flag terrorist events, staged by a government which murders its citizens, in order to pass new legislation, stripping us of rights and freedoms and dismantling our Constitution, Amendment by Amendment! If events are staged in the USA and in Italy and the UK, what does that tell you? There is one force behind them all and who benefits from the move toward centralizing power into the hands of fewer and fewer? Someone wants to control us by having all laws in all countries favoring a concentration of power It is easier to control a few leaders than to control 7 billion free thinking and incorruptible individuals and so there is a move to legislate this control Kennedy knew what to do about it, when he was presented with a plan to murder US citizens in the Operation Northwoods; He removed the had of the Joint Chiefs of Staff So, Kennedy got a bullet to the right temple and the bullet blew out a large piece of the back of his skull and that meant that the bullet came from the grassy knoll and Oswald, who was having a Coke in the cafeteria, didn’t do it by firing a junk rifle through trees from five floors above him, now did he? Since the Supreme Court was in on the lie, that tells you the kind of power these people or aliens have Speaking of aliens, the Reptilians come from the galaxy we know of as NGC 300 in the Sculpture Constellation, near Aquarius They made a deal with our government to eliminate 90% of us and that
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2 Sets of MirorTag Silver – A Novel Way to Protect, Display & Put Away a Handicapped Parking Placard. Slip in your handicap placard into this 18 mils thick and uniquely designed cover and protector; unlike others, this one comes with a strong hook that will never melt or bend or break in the sun or cold. Magnetically snap the holder On & Off to a Hook you mount behind your rearview mirror once and no need to remove it unless you transfer it to another car. No more back & neck pain. No more hanging & removing, and no screw adjusting or flipping visor or rotating placard ever needed. Full protection, and ON and OFF in a snap. Size is 4.375″ wide by 10″. Tag size accepted is 4.125″ max, and any length. 2 sets included. Patent pending and proudly Made in USA

2 Sets of MirorTag Silver - A Novel Way to Protect, Display & Put Away a Handicapped Parking Placard. Slip in your handicap placard into this 18 mils thick and uniquely designed cover and protector; unlike others, this one comes with a strong hook that will never melt or bend or break in the sun or cold. Magnetically snap the holder On & Off to a Hook you mount behind your rearview mirror once and no need to remove it unless you transfer it to another car. No more back & neck pain. No more hanging & removing, and no screw adjusting or flipping visor or rotating placard ever needed. Full protection, and ON and OFF in a snap. Size is 4.375

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Albuquerque, New Mexico (PRWEB) July 31, 2012

Christina Andrews is the mother of three children in Memphis, Tennessee. Her three-year-old daughter Kayla has a rare disease called Moebius Syndrome. This condition requires 24-hour skilled nursing care because of a tracheostomy, which allows her to breathe with the aid of a ventilator machine. In Tennessee, the only option for the Andrews family to get this care at home has been to choose to live in poverty in order to qualify for 24-hour nursing paid by Medicaid. Andrews said about Camerons situation:

I cant imagine ever being so frustrated that Id send my child away. But I can understand the level of desperation and frustration a mother can have, where you dont know what to do and where to go.

Cameron and Andrews situations both point out the critical need for more services in both Illinois and Tennessee. Andrews quest has been to find the resources that will allow her to care for her daughter at home rather than placing her in an institution. Some states have opted to allow Medicaid to pay for in-home care for children who need hospital-level care or skilled nursing rather than covering these services only if they are provided in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. This option is known as a Katie Beckett benefit and is nicknamed for a child whose situation paved the way for this type of provision in many places. However, Tennessee does not have a Katie Beckett-type benefit. As a result, when Kayla was born, Christina said she and her husband were faced with five agonizing options to secure Kaylas care:

Institutionalize Kayla. Give her custody to the state. Try to provide 24-hour one-on-one care ourselves (even though we have two other small children and my husband has a life-threatening medical condition himself), and risk criminal charges if something happens to Kayla, God forbid, and she dies. Get a divorce, so our income would be considered separately by Tenncare (Tennessees Medicaid). Or have me stop working, limit my husbands income, step into poverty, and not have enough money to pay our bills. We chose the last option, and now Tenncare is paying for Kaylas nursing care at home. The irony is that caring for Kayla in our home costs the state much less money than it would to care for her in an institution. A recent week-long stay at a hospital was cost over $ 32,000, compared to 24/7 skilled, private-duty nursing at just over $ 7,000 per week. But we live hand to mouth, with a steady stream of creditors calling us, whom we cant pay, and our credit is not even in the toilet, its below in the sewer. I adore my children and the stress sometimes feels unbearable. Still, I can only handle this situation by taking it one day at a time and fighting for change.

Andrews recently spoke at a forum organized by Family Voices of Tennessee and the Tennessee Justice Center, advocating for the passage of a Katie Beckett-type benefit in their state. Family Voices of Tennessee is the Family-to-Family Health Information Center for Tennessee, and the state affiliate of National Family Voices. Such a provision, Andrews said, would allow Kayla continued care at home, while making it possible for Christina to go back to work, pay taxes, and begin digging her family out of the financial hole theyve fallen into over the last three years.

This was the first contact Andrews had ever had with an F2F HIC. She commented:

I wish I had known about this organization when I gave birth to Kayla. Its not easy to find information here about the options for parents of children with special health care needs and disabilities. If the hospital where Kayla was born had connected me with Family Voices, it could have saved me time, worry, and heartache because they would have hooked me up with other parents to talk to right away. Thats what I needed most at that time to talk to someone who would really understand. The hospital cant give out other parents contact information because that would be a privacy violation.

In Indiana, Jennifer Akers 14-year old daughter Grace has the same rare condition as Kayla. Jennifer and Christina met on Facebook through a forum for parents of children with Moebius Syndrome. Jennifer and her family, however, had more options to choose from than the Andrews family because Indiana does offer a Katie Beckett-type benefit to families who qualify. Jennifer said:

At the time of Grace’s birth, both my husband and I were teachers. I was able to leave my job for a while when Grace was an infant. However, my husbands teachers salary was too much to allow us to qualify for the Medicaid services we need for Grace. So we were very fortunate that Indiana has a Katie Beckett benefit that allows us to provide this type of care at home.

Jennifer went on to say that her family is not trying to take unfair advantage of scarce resources.

We just want to provide Grace with the supports she needs to thrive and become a contributing member of society. Allowing us to continue to work also means we can continue to pay taxes.

Jennifer added:

When Grace was born, I felt very lucky to have a great social worker who told us about the services available and helped me get connected to them right away. At the time, there was no waiting list. As budgets tighten, thats no longer the case in Indiana.

Wanting to give back, and help other parents find the information they need, Jennifer and her friend Rylin Rodgers approached Family Voices Indiana in 2005 and began volunteering. She said:

Why should another parent struggle through an unfamiliar system when I can explain it to them in a way they can understand, parent to parent?

In 2011 Family Voices Indiana became the Family-to-Family Health Information Center for that state, and Jennifer was hired as the Project Coordinator, training parents throughout Indiana to help other parents. She commented:

We need an F2F HIC in each state to help local parents because the services are often different in each state. The Katie Beckett benefit is one example.

Ironically, in the location where Eva Camerons story began, Illinois, the Katie Beckett benefit is currently in jeopardy. The state government is considering changes that would drastically reduce the number of parents and children who are eligible. Faye Manaster, Project Director of Family Voices of Illinois, The Arc of Illinois Family to Family Health Information Center, commented:

If the current proposals get put into place many more medically fragile, technology-dependent children will be forced out of their parents homes and into institutions. This will actually cost the state more money, rather than save money, and break up families. So its a no-win situation all the way around. We are working on both a national and a state level to advocate for maintaining the Katie Beckett benefit in Illinois as it currently exists. We also continue to advocate for the more than 10,000 children with developmental disabilities who remain on a waiting list for waiver services.

National Family Voices Board Chair, Ruth Walden summed up these issues in this way:

The Family-to-Family Health Information Centers are critical in giving parents the information they need to make the best choices for their children with special health care needs and disabilities. Making this information available to parents actually saves state and federal dollars. The F2F HICs need to stay funded at current funding levels and ideally receive more funding for outreach so they can connect with more parents who need their services. Likewise, provisions like the Katie Beckett benefit need to be supported at a state and federal level because this offers better services for children, and saves precious state and federal dollars. The federal and state governments are trying to save money but cutting information services for parents and in-home care

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In a move that highlights dilemmas plaguing the U.S. drug supply, federal regulators warned a major manufacturer about problems including bugs in vials of sterile drugs — insects, literally — the same day that officials let the firm to ramp up scarce medications for kids with cancer.

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Question by : What are the main points behind the patient affordable care act?
Does it provide health care to people who cannot afford it?

Besides the part that makes people purchase insurance, what other parts of the bill do people take issue with?

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It’s unconstitutional.

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Question by T7: What are the main points behind the patient affordable care act?
Does it provide health care to people who cannot afford it?

Besides the part that makes people purchase insurance, what other parts of the bill do people take issue with?

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It’s unconstitutional.

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Health care rationed behind bars
When medical tests at a Massachusetts prison determined inmate Steven Grubbs was diagnosed with chronic colitis in 2008, “they saved $ 100 on a doctor visit and ended up spending thousands for surgery,” he said.
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Questions Surround Prison Health Care As Complaints, Costs Rise
At a time when Massachusetts is spending nearly $ 100 million a year on prisoner health care — nearly double the cost from 2001 — rising complaints about inadequate care are exposing taxpayers to even steeper long-term costs, an NECIR investigation has found.
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Gaps In Health Care Limit Options For Older Adults
Coordination among patients, families and health care providers needed to ease burden There are 50 million family members providing care to older adults in the United States, according to the MetLife Foundation and national caregiving associations. When older adults are hospitalized and discharged, their families face numerous choices about where they will go and how they will receive care. A …
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