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Cannabis Cafe forums; how long do you think the questionaires will arrive and ask the entire insurance and medical history of you and ...
now that its passed
how long do you think the questionaires will arrive and ask the entire insurance and medical history of you and your family?
i am gonna guess about 2 weeks.
any wagers say a bag of seeds to the closest guess??
Is that really how you think? Or do I fail to detect some sarcasm?
They have your medical records already an dont need to ask to look at em, isnt it great we all can eaqualy worthless healthcare, i buy insurance cause i didnt want to have to go to the free health clinic, But now every hospital an dr office will be just like them.......... Good thing obama is "redefining fair in america"
If you already have health insurance I am pretty sure that this is not going to happen. From what I have read from the bill synopsis (yes, I have actually read about the bill unlike some conservatives), folks who have health insurance will see little change.
Originally Posted by jeff f
The bigger changes will come in 2014 when most will be required to have insurance. This I think is a good thing: it spreads out costs and risks. It also helps to get rid of health care "moochers"
For those who can't qualify for "regular" insurance, you can apply for pooled insurance. This will still be insurance through private insurers.
I personally feel that there should have been a public option. It would have helped to force insurance companies to trim fat, find efficencies, and trim stratospheric executive compensation.
I also was hoping to see tort reform. This is also needed to trim premium costs.
Anyway, as the dust settles, I think most folks will find that health care reform is NOT the hideous evil that has been portrayed by conservatives and republicans.
Don't hold your breath. Congress is almost all attorneys.
Originally Posted by upnorth2505
"...For instance, as soon as the measure passes, parents will be able to carry their children up to the age of 26 on their insurance plans. Children with pre-existing conditions will no longer be denied care and putting a limit on lifetime benefits will be banned. And seniors who face unexpected drug price hikes because of a glitch in the Part D program will receive subsidies to help cover those costs..."
Next Front: Selling what Congress did - Jeanne Cummings, writer for POLITICO
that becomes effective immediately.
the rest, well, do your own damn research. expecting people to spoon-feed you information is lazy and immature.
How times have changed. We now consider people of 26 years of age to be "children." What a pant-load. When I was twenty six, I had two kids, a great job, a new house, a new car ... and my wife stayed home with the kids. WTF has happened to America? Are we a country filled with pussies?
Originally Posted by redivider
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Conformity is failure! ~ME
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