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originally posted by: roth1
I don't know about this because i have not signed up or been able to find information.
A friend was going to sign up for the program. He refused to. Because he said he seen in the fine print that it gave them the right to enter and search your house.
Because he said he seen in the fine print that it gave them the right to enter and search your house.
originally posted by: whatnext21
What is Obmacare????
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: roth1
So no proof and hoping some one else confirms it for you??
“The Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting program funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration is a voluntary program for women and families,” the spokeswoman wrote in an email to FactCheck.org. “Women and families enrolled in home visiting programs may discontinue services without consequence at any time and for any reason.” That point is also made clear in the law (page 251), which says that grant recipients must ensure that “the participation of each eligible family in the program is voluntary.”
Cook wrote that certain “high-risk” families would be “targeted” for inspections, but the reality is that the law stipulates (page 250) that state programs should prioritize providing services to those who need them most. That includes: low-income families; pregnant women under the age of 21; families with a history of child abuse, neglect, substance abuse or tobacco use; and others. An August 2011 report from the Pew Center on the States, which supports the home-based programs, said that “states did not consistently target at-risk families, where the return on investment is highest.”