What’s inside the health care bill? For doctors, patients, and employers…

The contents below are quoted from EconomicPolicyJournal.com:

Peter Fleckstein (aka Fleckman) is reading it and has been posting on Twitter his findings. This is from his postings (Note: All comments are Fleckman’s)

…Pg 42 of HC Bill – The Health Choices Commissioner will choose UR HC Benefits 4 you. U have no choice!

PG 50 […]

Contact your Congressmen about health care H.R. 3200

There are only a few days remaining before Congress begins their August recess. Concerned citizens must keep the pressure on our Representatives regarding important issues like government-run health care and Cap and Trade, which will come to a vote in the Senate in September.

These bills are important to all of us, and there are […]

Australia offers swine flu test case

Australia is currently living through what the northern hemisphere will soon have to confront: a winter with swine flu.

Public health officials in countries like the UK and US are therefore looking upon Australia as a global case study, and seeing what lessons they can glean from the country’s handling of the pandemic.

Distance offered […]

GOP Not Allowed to Say ‘Government-Run Healthcare’

Rep. John Carter (R-Texas), the secretary of the House Republican Conference and a former District Court Judge, is having his messages to constituents censored by Democrats on the Franking Commission. Republicans are no longer allowed to use the words “government run health care” in the communications to their constituents.

Carter received an email from the […]

Healthcare Reform Bill PDF link

Click here to see a current copy of the Healthcare Reform Bill in PDF

The Washington Examiner – “We’ll Read the Bill, Part 1: ObamaCare’s Employer Mandate”

This Washington, DC, newspaper attempts to do what our politicians do not: read a bill.

In this posting staff writer, David Freddoso, attempts to explain the Employer Mandate portion of the House health care bill:

[[How will ObamaCare affect you? Not in some broad political sense, but in a narrow sense — how will it […]