Obama Care & Patient Protection
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), informally referred to as Obamacare, is a United States federal statute signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The law (along with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010) is the principal Health Care Reform legislation of the 111th United States Congress. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), informally referred to as Obamacare, is a United States federal statute signed into law by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010. The law (along with the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010) is the principal Health Care Reform legislation of the 111th United States Congress. /5
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No turning back! At a time when America also may be poised to put the Senate back in Republican hands where, if victorious, Thad Cochran would become chairman of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee, let's also keep Congressman Steven Palazzo as part of the majority in the House of Representatives, and keep moving forward! Steven Palazzo has been a lifelong Republican, ranked one of the most conservative congressmen in the nation; supports a balanced budget amendment; serves on the Armed Services Committee and its subcommittees on Readiness and Sea Power & Project Forces; also serves on the Science, Space and Technology Committee where he chairs the subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics. He is endorsed by the NRA and Governor Phil Bryant; is a US Marine Corps veteran; the only active enlisted member of the National Guard in Congress; pro-life, and has voted 50 times to repeal and stop the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka Obama Care. Vote for Congressman Steven Palazzo on June 3rd!
As we progress towards the implementation of PPACA (aka Obama Care &/or ORHIX known locally as “Cover Oregon”) we will continue our open-forum discussion of the sweeping law and its impacts on the lives of Oregonians. The discussions have been very open & strive to be non-biased. We will continue to do this. One thing everyone agrees on is, some form of reform has been needed for the last two decades. *Today’s article comes from Jane M. Orient, M.D. Jane is the executive director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. She has been in solo practice of general internal medicine since 1981 and is a clinical lecturer in medicine at the University of Arizona College Of Medicine. As Americans watch congressional hearings on the Internal Revenue Service, they should ask themselves what this enormously powerful, corrupt, politically motivated agency might do with its new job of administering the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We have heard testimony from those whose tax exemption w ...
ObamaCare Facts: Facts on the Obama Health Care Plan ObamaCare Facts 2012 - We Tell you the Facts, Not The Talking Points We present the Facts on Obama Care (ObamaCare) / The Health Care for America plan. Our goal is to help you understand the basics of the Obama Care Health Care plan and bill, so you can decide for yourself what you think of ObamaCare, based on the facts and not the News Radio / TV opinions. (ObamaCare Facts Image Public Domain, Photo by Chuck Kennedy; U.S. Government Work) • ObamaCare, Obama Care and Health Care for America are all the same thing. The official name for "ObamaCare" is the Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, a bill signing into law to reform the Health Care industry. • Some aspects of Obamacare Health Care Reform are already enacted. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was signed 2 years ago, we bet you didn't even notice unless you needed coverage and didn't have it. The Affordable Care Act requires that insurance plans cover preventative servi ...
Obama Care is for patient protection... For those who need to be covered for those (cont)
But i all reality, here is what I have found from my research: Obama care is for the people, not the insurance companies. Health Insurance rates are higher than ever before because they are trying to get as much profit aquired before Obama Care comes into effect. Obama care will do the following very important things: 1) Obama care will put a maximum cap on all Health Care premiums to 10% of your income. So you will not have to pay more regardless. 2) Obama Care will require insurance companies to accept you regardless of your age, pre-existing conditions, race, religion or financial status. Those 2 most important factors make Health Care standard for every American: the old, young, sick and everyone. Insurance companies are very big, and very profitable. They will tell you anything to ensure that they stay making HUGE profits, even at the expsense of your health. They do not have to see us suffer, nor do they care. Obama care keeps them in check which is exactly what we all need. We are currently the onl ...
I was enrolling in my 2013 benefits this morning and came across this one."As a result of Health Care Reform legislation (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act), the maximum amount that you can contribute to any Health Care FSA will be $2,500 beginning in 2013." So we go from no limits in 2012 to a $2,500 limit under Dear Ruler's "Obama Care". This neither protects me nor makes my healthcare more affordable. In fact, it raises my taxes (surprise!) by limiting my contributions. This *** of a president needs to be gone on November 6th.
Gene Smith I, along with other active/retired state employees and teachers, just received notification that our health insurance premiums will increase by a minimum of 9.5% next year. 2% of this increase is to "provide 100% coverage (as prevenitive care) for certain women's healthcare services such as contraceptive products and services, routine prenatal screenings and breast-feeding equipment and supplies mandated for 2013 under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act." Seems like I remember being told that Obama Care was not a tax increase. Is it just me or does anyone else have an issue with this? What is really scary is this is probably just the tip of the ice berg.
Let The Debate Begin: Starting with Obama Care By Eddie G. Griffin (BASG) Out one side of his mouth, Mitt Romney vows to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act. The law is sloganized as “Obama Care” to suit political rhetoric. He proposed to do away with Obama Care, first in total; and then out the side of mouth, he would only do away with parts. Obviously, the GOP discovered that some parts of Obama Care has become popular with consumers, particularly its doing away with preexisting conditions and limitations and restrictions on coverage that hinder millions from healthcare coverage. Mitt Romney and other Republicans, like Congressman Michael C. Burgess, propose Emergency Room (ER) solution as a healthcare safety net of those who have no insurance coverage. This is basically what we have today, too many uninsured people wounding up in Emergency Rooms need immediate medical attention. Obama Care takes the gouge out of insurance premium overcharges by rebating the overages back to ...
As I have stated in the past, I am not sure if I am against or for what has been call "Obama Care", but I have been attempting to read through it and have concluded that my education level, PHD (Plain High-school Diploma) is not enough to understand all the garbage included in this. I believe in helping those that need it and have in the past did so. But to not call this a "TAX" bill is crazy, the word in one form or the other appears 664 times.really in the ‘‘Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’’."
About the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("Obama-cares" and so do many of us). Personally I would be okay with no tax on those who choose not to participate as long as they and everyone in their family signs an agreement saying they will never need public assistance. So many people who have complained about people on assistance have family members on disability/other social services that we the tax payers pay for. An engaged couple complained loudly about "Obama Care" - but then the woman was diagnosed with a catastrophic/terminal illness. Almost the first financial decision out of the box was to decide not to get married so his income would not be a factor in her eligibility for public assistance. As this sad situation has progressed, her medical bills far exceed a million dollars - but guess who is picking up the tab? Not only is their family (on either side) not having to pay her medical expenses which cover the ambulances that get her back and forth to the hospital, but also not having to ...
Awaiting SCOTUS ruling on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (Obama Care). In the meantime I'm curious what your thoughts are... what do you think is going to happen?
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