Archived Facts

Posts Tagged ‘dump’

… HR 3200 (1), James Crowley (1), Cambridge (1), consulate (1), illegal alien (1), Rich Sanchez (1), Twitter (1), drunk driving (1), North Carolina (1), homelessness (1), tax evasion (1), Committee on Oversight & Government Reform (1) …

Go to article
Open Congress : Blog Articles for H.R.3200 America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009

Related Posts:

ObamaCare = H.R.3200 H.R.Puff n' Stuff. (You can't get a little 'cause you can't get enough). Electrongod on July 2, 2010 at 10:59 AM. AnninCA hardest hit. DrAllecon on July 2, 2010 at 10:59 AM. Two words: Death Panels …

Go to article

View full post on Open Congress : Blog Articles for H.R.3200 America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009

Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:


Bill Moyers discusses the current healthcare bill with Dr. Marcia Angell who thinks this bill is a gift to the private insurance industry that will limit healthcare options and raise costs for the average American. In addition, Obama has previously stated that a healthcare panel will evaluate and remove up to 300 Billion dollars worth of medical services currently provided to seniors by Medicare. That money will be used to supplement medical payments made by private for-profit insurance companies to low income citizens who will not be required to buy mandatory healthcare insurance.

Related Posts:


Bill Moyers discusses the current healthcare bill with Dr. Marcia Angell who thinks this bill is a gift to the private insurance industry that will limit healthcare options and raise costs for the average American. In addition, Obama has previously stated that a healthcare panel will evaluate and remove up to 300 Billion dollars worth of medical services currently provided to seniors by Medicare. That money will be used to supplement medical payments made by private for-profit insurance companies to low income citizens who will not be required to buy mandatory healthcare insurance.

Related Posts:

A national union group is pushing Kansas to dump the company that manages the prescription plan for state employees, saying it has failed to offer the lowest possible prices on many drugs. A legislative committee chairman said Friday that the panel may hold hearings on those claims.

View full post on All News, Video and Posts related to SECTOR: Health Care

Related Posts: