H.R.3200 - America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009

America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 view all titles (5)

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  • Official: America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 as introduced.
  • Official: To provide affordable, quality health care for all Americans and reduce the growth in health care spending, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Popular: America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 as introduced.
  • Short: America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 as introduced.
  • Short: America's Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 as reported to house.

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    tazette29 02/10/2010 7:28am

    I don’t understand how adding a public option that is essentially along the lines of Medicare, which is a government run insurance program equates to doing away with our Constitution.

  • b58 01/18/2010 1:52pm

    I think this has turned into more than a health care matter. I think it is a way to grow bigger government that takes this country out of the hands of the people and do away with our constitution. They are trying to make this country into a socialist communistic country with a dictator. We need to vote everyone out of office that has campaigned for this over sized health care and the banks and company take overs that has been happening. I think all the bail outs they have been doing was a way of the government taking over our major companies for control.

  • USA92 01/30/2010 5:20pm

    According to the Congressional Budget Office, the bill includes tax increases and spending cuts that reduce the net increase in the federal deficit to 1% of 2008 tax revenues. The CBO director subsequently noted that, in terms of total National Health Expenditure, non-governmental spending will increase as coverage expands.

    This is outrageous, you shouldn’t tax people and increase spending on healthcare in the economy. This is the end if we still let Obama become leader. He’s trying to get us to buy insurance that we don’t need and, what’s worse, he didn’t do his math correctly on the costs of insurance and the coverage of the entire population.

  • goldfever01 02/26/2010 9:27am

    I feel that we are all asking for this HC issue. The people voted Obama into office because of what he said he will do. When he didnt deliver, we still supported him. When will a President be held to his promises and when he fails to deliver, when will we impeach for just that. I was excited when Obama said the HC will be on C-Span. When it wasn’t and some states were given “sweetheart deals” I lost all trust in Obama, 100%. Change is now, not when they see fit. My deep feelings are that we will see many troubled times come very soon. Whats scary is that many believe those troubled times are in our face now, this is just the beginning. Hope this makes sense.

  • frapeg 03/22/2010 6:55pm

    unfortunately we live in a country where our elected officials feel that they are wiser, more educated and able to think for all of us taxpaying citizens who work for most of lives to live on a meager social security check, hoping for help with medical insurance such as medicare, pay for our own supplemental insurance program and then find out that our beloved elected officials stab us in the back by denying us a small cost of living increase, increase the deductable on prescription medications and……give themselves a raise and not buy into the very same program they wish us to partake of….gee whiz what a great bunch they are….however, we still live in the greatest country in the world. Go Figure!!!

  • SCMomof2 03/23/2010 4:37am

    What would happen if a group of people came into this commented section that is 69 pages long and read through all comments, extracted the sound advice from all and then presented ‘the people’s’ ideas? Would it look a lot like the health reform that was passed?

    Congress has to sort through all these things. Is there some shady dealings also? Of course… everyone is guilty at one point in the day of doing something they know isn’t right, but overall, the move is good. Commitment doesn’t work unless you start somewhere. Now that it’s started, lets work on what is there to improve it. It takes commitment! There’s good things in this law. There’s bad things in it, too. Bad can be fixed, but I’m hopeful with the good! Negativity breeds negativity. Let’s not turn into the people we’re complaining about. We’re supposed to be different…


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