posted on Jun, 28 2012 @ 12:22 PM
Step by step:
1.a. Access: Interferes with the free access we have in this state, already. I have seen some benefit to people, but for the most part? Just in the
1.b. Premiums. People are seeing their premiums still going up, right now, with it partially in effect. So, that's not real.
2, Regulated marketplace. See, it doesn't matter WHO regulates it, it can be regulated in the manner that OPEC regulates oil prices now. People
complain about that, so it doesn't always work.
3. Some of this is an issue, due to what we call "preexisting" If an insurance covers it, and you lose this insurance for a period of time, this is
"preexisting". But there's no problem of this in a state that has free healthcare already.
4. Ok in and of itself. Tax breaks are nice for small business.
5. WHY are you taking taxes from me to assist a corporation that I work for take care of it's retirees? This isn't tax breaks, this is CONTINUAL
6. This wouldn't have to be covered by OBAMACARE if the poverty line was kept in line with inflation. There is no need to tack this specific issue
into the mess that is this man's bill, if it was autonomous.
8. A lot of insurances cut off at 24/25. This is not that huge an increase. All you have to do is prove dependance--easier with school bills.
9. From what I've seen, this is already done as much as possible, by doctors. I was quite used to my grandmother's doctors getting her enough
samples and other "working with" over most drugs.
10: In my state, for the poorest citizens, we had completely free healthcare, already. This actually increases the chance that these people will be
fined through their taxes, when they were not before. Bad decision for us.