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The Preamble – From Beyond The Grave

September 15, 2012

What Might They Say?

Preamble to the United States Constitution

Preamble to the United States Constitution (Photo credit: drewgeraets)

By: Gary Hardee

“We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

Why this “statement of purpose” is not readily understood is likely the result of many factors, not the least of which are decades of cultural and educational decline, governments running and regulating the school systems, unionized government paid and approved school teachers, and thereby a steady rewriting of history to favor government actions that run counter to the very words of the Preamble!

So, in keeping with today’s words and communications standards I offer this interpretation as if from the founders:

“We, the writers of this Constitution, having deliberated extensively over every issue we think critical for the proper operating of a national government, having just endured a war and struggle for freedom over tyranny, and the earlier problems under the Articles of Confederation, are compelled by this 1st and present Constitutional Convention seeking to accomplish six main goals as noted below. We have combined all our wisdom, knowledge and experience to offer and propose this set of rules and guidelines to achieve them. They are:

1) To form a more perfect union of the states as they relate to each other, in our relations to each other and in our relations to other nations of the world.

2) Establish justice.

3) Insure domestic tranquility and peace – therefore the greatest happiness.

4) Provide for the means of common defense in times of attack or threats.

5) Promote the general welfare of all parties to this Constitution.

6) Secure the blessings of liberty, both now and to those yet unborn.

A stable and enduring government, built and operated for the benefit of her citizens generally, must remain small and restricted. We can think of no better way to accomplish this than to base its powers on the consent of the governed and limiting its activities to only those things that we individually have a natural right to do or more locally, the states.

There is a natural danger in governments, in establishing governments and in operating governments. Their tendency is to grow beyond their proper functions and to become instruments of legal plunder and turn into tyranny. Vigilance, our fellow citizens, is the price of freedom and if you think that you can sit on your laurels, generation after generation, and shirk this duty of vigilance and remain free – you are sadly mistaken!

We have taken great pains to accomplish the six goals above. We’d like to point out that they are all inclusive and considerate of each other, inseparable. For the record, a preamble is a statement of purpose, an overarching goal, an ideal end point and what we hope to accomplish. It does not grant any powers itself, only the body and subsequent amendments that are consistent with it will keep our republic true to its purposes. Let not any amendment be approved that does not conform to these goals or tyranny will be in your futures!

It is vital that you do not allow our words and intent to be misconstrued and distorted. Men will come along, seeking to undo and thwart our best laid restraints. It is the nature of man to live at the expense of others. History has instructed us to build a hardened wall against this nature of man. We have done that in our day to the best of our current abilities but it may not be perfect and as times change, new safeguards may be required through amendment. Be on guard and teach every generation accurate history so as to not fall prey to their ploys and evil designs. Heed our warning that the accumulation and concentration of powers in a single place is the very definition of tyranny.

Consider our time and what we have just endured. From our long struggles with abuses and arbitrary powers we have created and offer to a young nation this Constitution for you to improve at necessary times by amendment. Let no one assume powers not specifically delegated or that run counter to the preamble.

We wish every succeeding generation great wisdom and character in the exercise of its self-interest. Maintain the atmosphere of personal liberties and personal responsibilities which are given to each from Divine Providence, not government.  Jealously guard your liberties or fall victim to the lowest desires of fallen man.”

(posthumously and respectfully submitted to our countrymen ~ the Founders)

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Let’s Play the Loop Game Again, Shall We?

September 3, 2012

Join the political “Loop Liberation Movement”!

By: Gary Hardee
July 24, 2012

It is an irrefutable fact that Jimmy Carter filled his administration with members of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission (CFR/TC).  It is they who are responsible for the failings of administrations in which they dominated.  Not understanding this group’s immense influence within administration after administration keeps you right where they want you; ignorant, programmed and obedient.

These organizations and their affiliated front groups are overwhelmingly internationalist in their mindset. They view our US Constitution as the greatest hurdle toward global governance, which they openly tout!

They are decidedly opposed to any of the aims of Presidential candidate Ron Paul. This is the entire reason the Establishment Insiders and their member/surrogates in the media beat him up, black him out and otherwise bash his ideas and proposals even while he, and almost he alone, has been accurate in his future predictions of 9/11 and the bursting of the housing bubble, among others, years ahead of their happening.  Do any Ron Paul detractors, who claim to be “conservatives”, disagree with my assessment of Jimmy Carter and his administration?

However, just as Jimmy complained about the “insiders” while campaigning: “The insiders have had their chance and have not delivered. We need new faces and new ideas.”, so too did Reagan! Wasn’t the outcome of electing Jimmy Carter just more of the same or worse? More CFR/TC members, more domestic regulations, more international sellout, giving away our Panama Canal, communists allowed to ravage central America and I could go on and on. With their members holding the highest positions within Carter’s Cabinet and throughout his administration, should we not hold them accountable or to blame for the outcomes? Did the “insiders” become outsiders or was it all a lie to deceive a gullible public?

Reagan, prior to the New Hampshire primary, condemned the TC by name and took New Hampshire by storm, 50% to Bush’s 23%. George H. W. Bush, was required to resign his CFR Directorship while running against Reagan or while “in public service”.  Bush was the Director of the CFR from 1977-1979 when he resigned.
See:  http://www.cfr.org/about/history/cfr/appendix.html

As just one example of his super-internationalist views; the following is taken from this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_world_order_(politics)
“A pivotal point came with Bush’s September 11, 1990 “Toward a New World Order” speech to a joint session of Congress. This time it was Bush, not Gorbachev, whose idealism was compared to Woodrow Wilson, and to Franklin D. Roosevelt at the creation of the UN.” Please note the date! 9/11/1990! Oddly, 11 years to the day prior to the 9/11/2001 WTC attacks. Now, that could be a coincidence I’ll admit, but it is very strange.

You see, many still yet do not understand or acknowledge who we are fighting against. You are the victim of what in the computing world is called a “repeating loop”, normally requiring “debugging” or correcting.  Every command line inside the loop is performed until it reaches a command to return to the first line and repeats itself over and over.  The interesting thing is that the output of the loop is different each time but only within a range of acceptable values set by the programmers within that loop. Just before the loop repeats, the names of the known “X”s and “Y”s are changed to “A”s and “B”s but the formulas and their outputs are the same.  Many being none-the-wiser are all too content to think that this loop is a wonderful example of our democratic two-party system in action. If so, you have become a captive of the loop!

Activists and supporters of the “liberty movement” are largely familiar with the “loop game” and are attempting to expose and change the command lines of the loop and break the loop all-together in time.  I have dubbed this effort the “Loop Liberation Movement”(LLM).

Education is the only thing that will expose the “loop game” and how the masses are trapped in it. To understand the current command lines and how the loop game is played, you must watch this video. When you have carefully watched it, please return with your comments. But until then, I must hold onto my hope that humans can still muster the character and willingness to learn things that they currently do not know or that they insist on denying at their own peril.

For this presentation in written form, click here: The Insiders!

Sen. Paul – Introduces US Use, Drone Limiting Bill

June 12, 2012

Sen. Paul Introduces Bill to Protect Americans Against Unwarranted Drone Surveillance

Jun 12, 2012

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today,  Sen. Rand Paul introduced legislation into the Senate that protects individual privacy against unwarranted governmental intrusion through the use of the unmanned aerial vehicles commonly known as drones.  The Preserving Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act of 2012 will protect Americans’ personal privacy.

“Like other tools used to collect information in law enforcement,  in order to use drones a warrant needs to be issued.  Americans going about their everyday lives should not be treated like criminals or terrorists and have their rights infringed upon by military tactics,” Sen. Paul said.

The Preserving Freedom from Unwarranted Surveillance Act of 2012 also:

1.       Prohibits the use of drones by the government except when a warrant is issued for its use in accordance with the requirements of the Fourth Amendment.

2.       Includes the following exceptions:

1)       patrol of national borders;

2)       when law enforcement possesses reasonable suspicion that under particular circumstances,  swift drone action is necessary to prevent “imminent danger to life;”

3)       high risk of a terrorist attack

3.       Allows any person to sue the government for violating this Act.

4.       Specifies that no evidence obtained or collected in violation of this Act can be used/admissible as evidence in a criminal, civil, or regulatory action.

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Are You Considering Newt Gingrich? Consider This!

April 22, 2012

Some facts you should seriously consider before you decide with whom you will side!

(original credit)
by Bill Evelyn on Thursday, June 16, 2011

Newt Gingrich served in Congress from 1979 to 1999 and served as Speaker of the House from 1995 – 1999. Newt is credited with welfare reform and the Contract with America. Newt led the charge to impeach Bill Clinton. Newt voted for H.Res. 611 Impeach Resolution Amendments for the impeachment of Bill Clinton. Newt also voted against the Brady Hand Gun Bill.

This paper focuses on Newt’s participation in the Housing market collapse and subsequent financial morass our nation finds itself.

Newt Gingrich entered the US Congress in January of 1979 from the 6th District of Georgia. Gold was $200 per ounce; gold in January 1999 leaving office was $287.00 per ounce. Yet, this does not tell the entire story. Today, gold is $1,650 per ounce as a result of massive Federal reserve issuing of dollars causing the value of the dollar to collapse against the value of gold.

For example, with a salary of $18,000 dollars a family could buy 90 oz. of gold in 1979. Today with a salary of $18,000 you can only purchase 10 oz. of gold (1/21/12). This inflation has destroyed our retirement savings and ruined our ability to be independent, because many families are being forced into poverty with the subsequent housing collapse. This short analysis illustrates Newt Gingrich’s complicity in the failed policy of the past 20 years.

Questions that I feel Newt needs to answer:
Do you believe; “Fannie Mae is an excellent example of a government institution fulfilling its mandate while functioning in the market economy?”
Do you believe the Federal Reserve has maintained its charter to stabilize the value of the dollar?
Do you believe Fannie Mae is constitutional?
Would you vote YES now for the Fair Housing Act?
Would you vote YES now for H.R. 3768 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Act (FDICA) Did you know the Christopher Dodd (D-CT) Amendment was included in FDICA?
Would you vote YES now for H.R. 5334 Housing & Community Development Act 1993?
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1988 – Roll Call #697, June 29, 1988 – H.R. 1158 Fair Housing Act- Newt Gingrich YES for this law.
1. Modifies the definition of a discriminatory housing practice to include acts of interfering, coercing, threatening or intimidating a person in the exercise or enjoyment of his/her rights as protected by Sections 804, 805 and 806 of this act.
2. Provides HUD with the ability to initiate complaints. In essence, HUD can now set up stings to find evidence that mortgage lenders and banks are discriminating against blacks and Hispanics. Prior to this law a complaint must have been filed by that person believing they were being discriminated against.
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1991 – Roll Call #416, November 21, 1991 6:04 PM – H.R. 3768 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act (FDICIA)- Newt Gingrich voted YES for this law.
The House passed this bill with a little known amendment inserted by Christopher Dodd (D-CT). The amendment expanded the federal safety net increasing the likelihood of taxpayer bailouts. Walker F. Todd an assistant general counsel and research officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland uncovered the obscure amendment. Prior to this law only commercial banks, members of the Federal Reserve System, could access emergency funds from the central bank. The amendment to FDICA increased the availability of Fed assistance to included investment banks and insurance companies. Dodd’s constituents include most of the nation’s large insurance companies. “Moral hazard” – Access to emergency capital made bank managers less likely to exercise caution.
Thus in 2008 (TARP) the Fed rescued AIG and banks all over the world at the detriment of United States taxpayers. When Walker F. Todd tried to raise awareness Congress wanted no discussion of the expanding safety net and its costly implication for taxpayers. The Fed is printing money, inflating the dollar, and destroying the savings of American citizens.
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1992 – Roll Call #366, August 5, 1992 2:53 PM – Housing and Community Develop Act (CRA) – Newt Gingrich voted YES for this law.
In 1992, President George H.W. Bush signed the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992. The Act amended the charter of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to reflect Congress’ view that the GSE’s “have an obligation to facilitate the financing of affordable housing for low-income and moderate-income families.” For the first time, the GSEs were required to meet “affordable housing goals” set annually by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and approved by Congress.
Establishes within the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, managed by a presidentially appointed Director, who shall ensure that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the enterprises) and their affiliates are adequately capitalized and operating safely. Authorizes the Director to require financial reports from the enterprises in addition to quarterly and annual reports required under specified Acts. Grants the Secretary of HUD, except for specified authority of the Director of the Office, general regulatory power over each enterprise. Requires the Secretary to require each enterprise to obtain the Secretary’s approval for any new program before implementing it. Amends the Department of Housing and Urban Development Act to prohibit the Secretary from merging or consolidating the Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, or any of its functions or responsibilities, with any function or program the Secretary administers. Authorized Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA) to issue Collateralized Mortgage Obligations (CDO’s) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac issue and guarantee pass-through securities; Ginnie Mae only adds its guarantee to privately issued pass-through’s backed by government-insured (FHA and VA) mortgages. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have issued CMOs for some time; the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) began to issue CMOs in 1992; and Ginnie Mae initiated its own CMO program in 1994. The CRA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the relationship between Wall Street and the Federal government caused the financial meltdown in 2008. Bankers were forced to make loans to low income people that could not repay those mortgages. In order to cover that risk CDO’s were sold to unknowing investors, banks and insurance companies, and eventually this bubble burst causing the meltdown we are living with now.
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Fannie Mae was created in 1938 by FDR to bail-out banks with bad mortgages. Freddie Mac was created in the 1960’s to compete with Fannie Mae. All during the 1980’s Republican legislators tried to privatize fully Fannie and Freddie. In the late 1980’s Jim Johnson a politically connected Democrat was appointed Chairman of Fannie Mae. Jim Johnson has a very different perspective. He strong armed lawmakers to ensure Fannie was never fully privatized in order to maintain the ability for the federal government to bail-out Fannie. In doing so, interest rates on Fannie’s mortgage offerings could be set lower, because of the implied exception of taxpayer bail-out. No wonder Jim Johnson was a good friend of Angelo Mozzilo of Countrywide Mortgage.
Jim Johnson fought hard to ensure that Fannie remained tethered to the federal taxpayers. He was instrumental in getting FDICA passed into law and the Federal Housing Enterprises Financial Safety and Soundness Act 1992 Title 10 of H.R. 5334. It ensured HUD maintained its oversight and thus was tethered to the taxpayers. It also provided Fannie with a new mission – provide affordable housing to low income
Jim Johnson geared up to spend $1.0T to be spent on affordable housing between 1994 and 2000. This money would finance 10 million homes for low-income families. Fannie boasted that they would bring new flexibility to the loan underwriting process. Jim Johnson used Fannie Mae partnership offices nationwide. In doing it cemented its relationships with members of Congress in order to protect Fannie.
In Feb 1995 Johnson traveled to Atlanta to launch the new office focusing on creating new mortgage products for first-time homebuyers and low- and moderate-income consumers. There to celebrate the Fannie Mae commitment was none other than Newt Gingrich a supposed big proponent of reduced government size.
Gingrich said; “Fannie Mae is an excellent example of a former government institution fulfilling its mandate while functioning in the market economy.”
The problem with this statement; Fannie Mae is still being bailed-out by the taxpayers. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have received $317B in bail-outs and it’s not over. Jim Johnson massed a $21M fortune in salary and bonuses as Chairman of Fannie Mae. Your savings and purchasing power has fallen 650%.

http://www.amazon.com/Reckless-Endangerment-Outsized-Corruption-Armageddon/dp/0805091203/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308231800&sr=8-1

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson – Oath Breaker?

April 1, 2012

Written by: Gary Hardee
Date: 4/1/2012

The citizens of the 17th Congressional District of Florida have a real challenge; externally and internally.  Externally,  she is your “Congressman”  –  internally, because a majority of you voted for her.

It has been often said that we get the kind of government we deserve. I disagree! But we do get the kind of government we allow as defined by the principles we hold. Indeed we allow many violations of those principles partly because are simply too busy trying to make a living and enjoy our lives and often the misplaced trust in government. But one thing is for sure! We have failed to learn the lessons of history!

You are about to read a recent email sent, in its entirety, from Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, a Florida Congressman from the 17th District. Notice as you read her communication, the absence of any reference to the Constitution or free-enterprise or limited government or defined powers or powers reserved to the states or ANY limitations AT ALL on what the government can do while specifically speaking about the “Affordable Care Act”!

To any citizen, having character and principles, who understands it is good to restrain government power from doing certain things, her email smacks of pure betrayal! Betrayal of her oath of office to adhere to any limits! Betrayal of her promise to the people of her district! Betrayal of the State of Florida and her retained powers to act independently of Washington, DC.  Betrayal of every dead and wounded soldier who has fought to defend our Constitution and republic dating all the way back to Valley Forge and to the founders of this great nation! Betrayal is the mildest term usable!

The ACA, “Obamacareless”, as I like to call it, is the single largest advance of collectivism this nation has ever seen. A line by line examination of the ACA reveals a thoroughly UNconstitutional document that eviscerates clearly written powers and limitations.  By its simple passage in 2010, it reveals that the people of her district know little to nothing or care even less, about restraining government at all!

So to the people of the 17th District I say, you have a real problem! If you elect a person that lies to you about obeying her oath, a person who has no excuse for not knowing the Constitution, inside and out, yet who totally ignores this pact with the people – it reflects far worse on your character and your knowledge than on Ms. Wilson. That you would first elect such a person is bad enough and for you to re-elect for a second term places total blame at your feet! While she will truly object to the charge of being a communist, there is no dispute that she is a collectivist without limits! Her reelection will transfer those labels onto you and the people of your District!

Here is her disgusting letter:

Dear Friend,

March 23, 2012 marked the two-year anniversary of the enactment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama. The ACA provides better health security by putting in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that hold insurance companies accountable, lower health care costs, guarantee more choice, and enhance the quality of care for all Americans.

Because the ACA encompasses significant regulatory reforms, all of its provisions could not be implemented all at once. Portions of the law have already taken effect like provisions that implement a new Patient’s Bill of Rights that put an end to some of the worst insurance company practices, such as canceling your policy, denying you coverage, or charging women differently than men.

I agree with President Obama that you should not have to fear going bankrupt because you get sick or somebody in your family gets sick. In Congress, I will continue to fight any efforts to turn back the clock and repeal the ACA. Health care reform has been long overdue in this country, and now is the time we must see it through to completion so that healthcare in Florida and the rest of the nation is accessible and more affordable to all.

If you have any questions about provisions in the Affordable Care Act, please visit www.healthcare.gov or feel free to contact my office.

Sincerely,

Frederica S. Wilson
Congresswoman, 17th District of Florida

WHAT THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT HAS DONE FOR YOU SINCE 2010:

Protection from discrimination against children with pre-existing conditions:
Under the ACA, insurance plans that cover children can no longer exclude, limit or deny coverage to your child under age 19 solely based on a health problem or disability that your child developed before you applied for coverage.

In District 17, up to 41,000 children with preexisting health conditions can no longer be denied coverage by health insurers.

New Coverage Options for Individuals with a Pre-Existing Condition:
A Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) provides new coverage options to individuals who have been uninsured for at least six months because of a pre-existing condition.

Protection for women:
Under ACA, you can no longer be dropped by your insurance company if you become pregnant or become sick. New plans now offer free coverage for important, life-saving preventive services, such as mammograms and colonoscopies. Additionally, older women with chronic conditions receive improved care due to incentives provided for more coordinated care efforts under Medicare.

Protection for seniors:
Seniors who reach the “donut hole” will receive a 50 percent discount when buying Medicare Part D covered brand-name prescription drugs.

4,200 seniors in the district received prescription drug discounts worth $2.5 million, an average discount of $590 per senior. By 2020, the law will close the donut hole.

Protection for young people and minority youth:
Under the ACA, young adults can stay on their parents’ health insurance plan until the age of 26.

6,600 young adults in District 17 now have health insurance through their parents’ plans.

Free Preventive Care Services:
Under the ACA, health plans must cover certain preventive services such as mammograms and colonoscopies without charging a deductible, co-pay or coinsurance. Seniors also receive a free Annual Wellness Visit under Medicare.

62,000 seniors in the district received Medicare preventive services without paying any co-pays, coinsurance, or deductibles.

80,000 residents in District 17 have benefited from this change, including 19,000 children, 31,000 women, and 69,000 residents who are African American, Latino, or a part of other minority groups for whom preventative care can reduce health disparities.

Protection from unreasonable cost increases and lifetime limits:
If you have private insurance, you will not have unreasonable premium increases, lifetime limits or lose your insurance when you or a family member gets sick.

Before the ACA, 105 million Americans were in health insurance plans that had lifetime limits. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 70 million people in large employer plans, 25 million people in small employer plans and 10 million people with individually-purchased health insurance had lifetime limits on their health benefits prior to the enactment of the ACA.

In District 17 alone, 270,000 residents with private health insurance coverage are now protected from rescission of their health coverage if they get sick; and 150,000 people in health care plans no longer have lifetime limits imposed on them.

Additionally, your insurance company must now spend at least 80 percent of your premium covering medical services – rather than CEO pay, profits, and administrative costs. As of this summer, if your insurer fails the test, you get a rebate.

The ACA protects individuals from soaring health insurance costs by requiring insurers to post and justify proposed rate increases of 10 percent or more. It also limits the amount that insurance companies can spend on administrative expenses and profits. 110,000 residents who have individual coverage or employer coverage are benefiting from these provisions.

Protection for small businesses:
Your small business can take advantage of tax breaks to provide quality, affordable health insurance for your employees.

The first phase of this provision provides a credit worth up to 35 percent of the employer’s contribution to their employees’ health insurance. Small non-profit organizations may receive up to a 25 percent credit.

720 small businesses in District 17 received tax credits to help maintain or expand health care coverage for their employees.

Improving community health:
Financial support is provided to improve the health of communities.

$1 million in public health grants have been given to community health centers, hospitals, doctors, and other healthcare providers in the district to improve the community’s health.


WHAT THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT WILL DO FOR YOU IN THE FUTURE:
Easy-to-understand summary of benefits:
Policies must provide an easy-to-understand summary of benefits of coverage to consumers, including a standardized “coverage examples” section that uses a format modeled on the nutrition facts label for food.

Insurance exchanges:
Starting in 2014, you will be able to shop for insurance through an exchange that allows you to compare private health plans, determine if you are eligible for health programs or tax credits, and enroll in a program that meets your needs. For small employers, the exchange would also be a place where you have a better choice of plans and insurers at a lower cost, like larger employers do.

Protection for women:
In 2014, being a woman can no longer be treated as a “pre-existing condition” by insurance companies, meaning women cannot be charged substantially higher premiums than men for the same coverage.

Encouraging Integrated Health Systems:
The ACA will provide incentives for physicians to join together to form “Accountable Care Organizations.” In these groups, doctors can better coordinate patient care and improve quality, help prevent disease and illness, and reduce unnecessary hospital admissions. If Accountable Care Organizations provide high quality care and reduce costs to the health care system, they can keep some of the money that they have helped save.

Additional funding for important social services:
Important programs like Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) will receive additional funding.

Protection from discrimination against all patients with pre-existing conditions:
Health insurers will be prohibited from discriminating against all adults and children with pre-existing conditions, which will protect the 100,000 to 280,000 individuals in the district with a pre-existing health condition.

*The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provided the Florida statewide data for the Affordable Care Act. The fact-sheet can be found here:
 http://www.healthcare.gov/law/resources/fl.html

*The data sources on the Affordable Care Act’s impact on District 17 can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/bqhzs9t

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