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Question by BekindtoAnimals22: How bad will the insurance coverage get under the Affordable Health Care Act? Mine just keeps getting worse?
Its now been changed to only cover 70% rather than 80%. The copay and deductible are higher. The notification said that the company I worked for was being pressured to reduce costs due to the Affordable Health Care Act. So now I guess I need a supplemental health insurance policy. I guess that looks better on Obama’s statistics but it sure doesn’t help the people who need insurance. How does that save me money? Why does anyone support this bill? It stinks.

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Much worse than it has been even under Clinton’s managed care. Expect services and treatment to be further cut, as well. Pretty soon, we’ll all be standing in line at Wal-Mart for our yearly exams. I sometimes wonder if Clinton’s legislation, which he, also, promised would give us lowered costs and better care, wasn’t a set up to turn things so bad that the naive would call uncle. One thing is for sure, Clinton created such a mess that it now needs to be fixed on OUR behalf. No doubt that Bill’s promises fell flat. Expect the same out of Obama. Liberals are transparently dishonest.

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2-Year Protection Plan plus Accident Coverage for Kindle Fire HDX 8.9″ Wi-Fi

2-Year Protection Plan plus Accident Coverage for Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

  • Your card will be charged immediately, but accident coverage starts when Kindle is shipped
  • Receive a replacement device 2 to 3 days after you make a valid claim
  • Extends mechanical and electrical breakdown coverage
  • Make up to 3 claims during the term of your warranty
  • Cancel anytime, full refund in first 90 days
  • Fully transferable with gifts
  • No deductibles or shipping fees

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“Why pay for a replacement when you don’t have to?”

Get a Canopy Protection Plan

Coverage includes Free replacement, and No deductibles

What’s Included:

  • Coverage against mishaps like drops, spills, and cracked screens (Accidental damage from handling or ADH)
  • Mechanical or electrical breakdowns coverage begins after the expiration of the manufacturer’s limited warranty period
  • Battery replacement coverage (if the maximum charge falls below half of the original potential)
  • Zero deductibles
  • See the terms and conditions for complete details

Canopy Coverage

2 Years of Drops, Spills, and Cracked Screen (ADH) Coverage for your Kindle and more.
We all know accidents happen. With the 2 Year Plan that includes coverage for drops, spills and cracked screens for your Kindle, your product is protected.

In addition to drops, spills, and cracked screen coverage, the 2 Year Plan also covers your product against electrical and mechanical breakdowns, after the 1 year manufacturer’s limited warranty provided by Amazon ends. This plan also includes battery replacement if the maximum charge falls below one-half of it’s original potential.*

Easy Claims Filing
Start by calling 888-280-3383, 6am to 10pm PT, 7 days a week and for approved claims we will send you a replacement Kindle so you will not be without your device for long.


Advance Exchange:

Failed Kindles: Canopy will ship a replacement Kindle to you. You will also receive a pre-paid shipping label to send back the broken Kindle. A valid credit card is required on file to process an advance exchange. If you don’t return the failed Kindle within 30 days, you will be charged the price of the replacement device, not to exceed the original purchase price. Simply return the failed Kindle within 30 days to avoid any charges.*

*Please read the terms and conditions for complete details.

Coverage Chart


From the date your Kindle is shipped Year 1 Year 2
adh

Accidental Damage from Handling

Damage from drops, and cracked screens

spills

Accidental Spills

Liquid damage

battery

Battery Charge Failure

If maximum charge falls below half the original potential

breakdowns

Breakdowns

In mechanical and electrical

Covered by manufacturer
defects

Defects

In material and workmanship

Covered by manufacturer
For more details on the manufactuer’s coverage, see the Kindle Manufacturer Limited Warranty.

Here’s How Your Canopy Plan Works

     
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Great Plan Features

  • Great Value
    Canopy provides you 2 years of protection against drops, spills, and cracked screens (ADH) for your Kindle. We even protect your Kindle from internal battery failure, failures arising from heat, dust, humidity, and power surges along with extending the manufacturer’s limited warranty.
  • No deductibles
    You never have to worry about any deductibles with Canopy. We even pay for the shipping on claims!
  • Cut the Paperwork
    Your Kindle is automatically tied to your plan purchase. There is no additional registration that is needed.
  • Cancel Anytime
    You can cancel your Canopy Protection Plan by calling Canopy at 888-280-3383. If you cancel this plan within the first 90 days after purchase you will receive a full refund of the price of the plan, provided you have not made a claim. Otherwise, we will calculate the pro-rated premium for the period less any claims that have been paid.
  • No-Cost Transfer
    If you sell the Kindle or give it to someone as a gift, you can transfer the plan at no cost.
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What To Expect After Purchase

Upon plan purchase, you will get an email containing your plan details along with your terms and conditions. This is your official confirmation of your purchase. We will also send you a welcome letter and a paper copy of your terms and conditions via mail.

For device pre-orders, we will mail your welcome letter after your Kindle ships from Amazon

Start Date:

For Kindles purchased on Amazon.com:
Your protection plan lasts 2 years from the date your Kindle ships. The Term of this plan will be extended by an additional two (2) weeks to allow for product delivery.

For Kindles purchased at an authorized retailer other than Amazon.com:
Your protection plan lasts 2 years from the date you purchased your plan.

For questions or assistance, please call 888-280-3383 from 6am to 9pm PT, 7 days a week or email us at canopy@amazon.com.

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Question by Smart Guy: Does healthcare law penalize employers for hiring by imposing federal mandate to provide healthcare coverage?
Would unemployment be much lower if we enacted the healthcare plan put for by John McCain in 2008 that would’ve freed businesses up to hire as many people as they want and allowing individuals buy their own healthcare with the same tax break that had previously be given their employer for giving it to them?

Wouldn’t we be enjoying a real economic recovery if we simplified healthcare and allowed people to buy it and businesses to simply hire with no more of a committment other than unemployment insurance?

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Answer by NO SPIN, JUST TRUTH!!
yes we would, Obama Care was the MOST dangerous piece of Legislation ever to be presented

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Denver, CO (PRWEB) July 12, 2012

A newly-formed local group, Adelante con la Salud, focused on improving Latinos access to healthcare services is bringing representatives from Massachusetts to Denver to discuss how Colorados Latinos can ensure they get the health care coverage they are entitled to as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

We held off on bringing Carlos Solis and Maria Gonzalez to Denver until we could learn how the U.S. Supreme Court would rule on the ACA, explained Melanie Herrera Bortz, co-project director for Adelante con la Salud: Latino Health Care Engagement Project. Now that the court has ruled, its time for everyone, including Latinos, to understand the benefits of the health care law.

Carlos Solis, who is bilingual, is a navigator for Health Care for All Massachusetts, a consumer health care advocacy organization. As a HelpLine supervisor, Solis has helped thousands of Latinos in Massachusettss secure health care coverage. The ACA was in many ways modeled after Massachusetts health care law, so having Mr. Solis here will be invaluable for Colorados Latino community, Herrera Bortz said.

I am looking forward to go to Denver to have the opportunity to talk to members of the Colorado Latino community. There is a lot to learn from the Massachusetts model, especially for Latinos, and I would like to share our experience with people there who will benefit, said Carlos Solis.

Maria Gonzalez is the communications director at Health Care Financing Administration and will be also available to discuss how the Massachusetts law has impacted thousands of Hispanics in the northeastern state and what Latinos in Colorado should expect with the full implementation of the ACA. The Hispanic population in Massachusetts has benefited the most from the health care reform that was approved in 2006, and we anticipate that this group will also be positively impacted by the federal law in states such as Colorado, said Gonzalez.

Solis and Gonzalez will be joined during media interviews by local health care expert Marguerite Salazar, the regional director of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

The ACA is vital to the health of the Latino community because it will provide access to care for thousands of Latinos and will provide free preventive services like diabetes screenings and mammograms, Herrera Bortz said. Our organization believes the ACA will do for Colorado Latinos what the Massachusetts health care law did for Latinos there, we just need to educate our community. In Massachusetts, coverage for Latinos skyrocketed.

Currently, 98 percent of MA residents are now insured and very few people (less than one percent in 2008) are paying a penalty for not having coverage. In addition, the states total health care bill has increased less than other states.

About Adelante con la Salud

Adelante con la Salud: Latino Health Care Engagement Project is a newly formed collaborative of passionate, experienced local advocates dedicated to educating Latinos in Colorado about the benefits of The Affordable Care Act and the Colorado Health Benefit Exchange using media and grassroots advocacy. The bilingual campaign will reach statewide. The group is supported financially by Community Catalyst and the Herndon Alliance.







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1 in 10 Employers are canceling their health care benefits for their employees! It is cheaper to just pay the fine of 00. a year than to pay high premiums every month! Obama-care is really nothing more than an indirect tax on you and me, regulated by the IRS!

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Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 12, 2012

Protect Your Bubble (http://us.protectyourbubble.com/), the UKs leading specialty insurance brand, has launched in the US market, offering pet insurance policies for dogs and cats with a variety of affordable options. Plans provide up to 90 percent reimbursement on covered vet bills for eligible accidents, illnesses, and hereditary conditions. Routine wellness coverage is also available to help consumers get reimbursed on routine vet treatments. Consumers can go to any vet in the country, and may be eligible to receive a 10 percent multi-pet discount.

According to the 2011-2012 APPA National Pet Owners Survey, 62 percent of U.S. households own a pet, which equates to 72.9 million homes. Pets have moved from the backyard to the family room because most American pet owners see their pet as a member of the family. In fact, according to a 2011 survey published in PsychologyToday.com, 81 percent of those surveyed consider their dogs to be true family members, equal in status to children. A 2009 Forbes.com article speculates that this increased focus on pets could be a result of many variables including, couples abstaining from having children until later in life, our real-life relationships have been exchanged for the over saturation of social media consumption, or the fact that our stressful lives warrant a furry, unconditionally loving four-legged friend to greet us when we come home.

Whatever the reason, one thing is for sure: Consumers insure their loved ones with health insurance; now its time to insure pets, too. Owners who wouldnt consider not treating their pet to needed care due to their financial situation may find Protect Your Bubble USA (http://us.protectyourbubble.com/) to be an affordable option for their pets healthcare.

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Question by Smart Guy: Did Obama cause long-term unemployment crisis by passing law linking jobs to expensive healthcare coverage?
Did Obama cause a catastrophic longterm unemployment crisis by ignoring serious economic crisis and using his 60-Seat Democrat Senate Majority to pass partisan healthcare law that imposes federal penalties on any and all jobs that don’t include an expensive comprehensive healthcare policy with every detail dictated by Washington DC?

Companies were already having a tough time keeping employees, but after law was passed, the long term costs and liabilities of hiring or keeping employees has dramatically increased!

Did Obama blow it?

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Answer by Bill
The law doesn’t take effect until 2014.

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