H.R.3590 - Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to modify the first-time homebuyers credit in the case of members of the Armed Forces and certain other Federal employees, and for other purposes. view all titles (46)

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  • Popular: Health care reform bill as .
  • Official: To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to modify the first-time homebuyers credit in the case of members of the Armed Forces and certain other Federal employees, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Service Members Home Ownership Tax Act of 2009 as passed house.
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  • Popular: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as introduced.
  • Popular: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Legislative Vehicle) as introduced.
  • Short: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as passed senate.
  • Official: An act entitled The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. as amended by senate.
  • Short: Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009 as passed senate.
  • Short: Catalyst to Better Diabetes Care Act of 2009 as passed senate.
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  • Short: Congenital Heart Futures Act as passed senate.
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  • Short: Establishing a Network of Health-Advancing National Centers of Excellence for Depression Act of 2009 as passed senate.
  • Short: Young Women's Breast Health Education and Awareness Requires Learning Young Act of 2009 as passed senate.
  • Official: An act entitled The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. as introduced.
  • Popular: Health care reform bill.
  • Popular: Patient protection and affordable care bill.
  • Short: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as passed house.
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  • Short: Establishing a Network of Health-Advancing National Centers of Excellence for Depression Act of 2009 as enacted.

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  • BenjaWiz 01/22/2010 9:15pm

    This health care bill cost too much and only rewards insurance company’s I voted it down this is garbage and will add to our 12 Trillion Dollar debt many American’s want cheap affordable health care not this.

  • cweller 01/28/2010 2:18pm

    It’s breath taking that these selfrightious, arrogant government elitists are so defiant towards the American people. It’s sad that they might really believe they’re doing the right thing. No, that’s not it. It’s their uncontrollable urge for supreme power over the people, all under the guise of “looking out for the little guy” – your typical Julius Ceaser politics.

  • USA92 01/30/2010 6:55pm

    A webpage at whitehouse.gov entitled “Reality Check” claims that the president’s program “would be fully paid for over 10 years, and it would not add one penny to the deficit.” The CBO is mandated to prepare cost estimates and to show how individual legislative proposals would change spending or revenue levels under current law. A July 15 2009 letter from the CBO made this assessment,

    “enacting the proposal would result in a net increase in the federal budget deficits of about $1.0 trillion over the 2010-2019 period.”

    However, CBO analyses of the House and Senate versions of the health care reform bills show that they would reduce the federal budget deficit by $109 billion and $81 billion respectively.

    Both H.R. 3962 and H.R. 3590 do terrible things. For example, section 163 of the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 would allow the government real-time access to a person’s bank records – including direct access to bank accounts for electronic fund transfers.

  • LucasFoxx 01/31/2010 10:00am

    “For example, section 163 of the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 would…” H.R. 3200 is not on the table.

    Are there any specific “terrible things” in this bill you’d like to point out?

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    bzb 02/10/2010 9:17pm
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    They are not rejecting this bill like you think. In fact they need affordable healthcare coverage.

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    LucasFoxx 03/20/2010 12:43pm

    Hard to tell what they are thinking, or why they are rejecting he bill. They never have specific complaints. It’s just seems to be a general fear of things they don’t take the time to understand.

  • Slugger 02/02/2010 10:24am

    The current versions of health care reform being considered by Congress are an unwanted intrusion.It’s time to “cease and desist” any and all efforts to pass ObamaCare in either the House or the Senate.Where is the transparency promised by President Obama and touted by Nancy Pelosi?

    Listen to the voice of middle-class Americans who are demanding you REJECT this mad dash toward socialized health care.

  • Anonymous 02/04/2010 8:50am
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    http://www.reasontofreedom.com/america_will_strike_april_15_2008.html

  • Anonymous 02/08/2010 6:09am
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VebOTc-7shU

  • JarottHao 02/08/2010 3:02pm

    So I’m just taking on this bill piece by piece. I read sections 1312 and 1501. So you don’t have to enroll, but you will be fined. I understand that these fines, as well as all those that do pay whatever plan they are already in, the 13% who are currently not insured that will be insured with this bill’s passing, will be able to fund this bill? As well as lower (or eliminate) the burden on everyone that has to pay for those people that taxpayers pay for (illegal aliens)?

  • Anonymous 02/08/2010 4:51pm
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    http://www.infowars.com/flight-253-intelligence-agencies-nixed-state-department-move-to-revoke-bomber’s-visa/

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  • Anonymous 02/16/2010 5:15am
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=et042-Ii__U

  • Anonymous 02/18/2010 8:45am
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    http://www.davidicke.com/index.php/

  • citizenNW1776 02/18/2010 6:10pm
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    The intent of this bill sounds good and all, however it is socially flawed. It is essentially taxing the majority to support a minority. Also, can anyone point out if it says whether you can opt-out individually

  • Anonymous 02/20/2010 7:18am
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    http://www.ukcolumn.org/2010/02/02/child-rapists-protected-by-the-state/

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  • donosaur 02/24/2010 7:16am

    A Bill of Attainder is a legislative act that punishes a specific individual or group without a trial or judicial hearing. The United States Constitution (Article I, Section 9, paragraph 3) expressly forbids Bills of Attainder, whether at the federal or state level because the framers wanted to make that everyone received due process; that there be a separation of powers; and that no individual or group be singled out for punishment without benefit of trial or hearing. This provision was included in the Constitution because the framers had witnessed how the British monarchy and parliament had used Bills of Attainder to punish dissidents, political rivals and popular movements.

    The indoor tanning industry was “…singled out for punishment without benefit of trial or hearing” when the 10% Tan Tax (in H.R. 3590) was passed by the Senate. This provision is a Bill of Attainder violation that deprives the indoor tanning industry of their Constitutional rights.

  • Dimomma 03/01/2010 10:57am

    This bill is supposed to help 31 million uninsured become 24 to 25 million uninsured. Then what? Will someone please tell me how the government is supposed to be able to run this hulk of a monster when they’ve failed at everything they’ve managed thus far. This bill needs to be scrapped. The industries need to be fixed…Insurance, Drugs/Pharms, Medical. Or maybe first, fix Congress. Do away with the crap added to this bill, add a 28th ammendment to the Constitution to do away with private insurance and retirement for Congress, make the government accountable for our tax dollars. We need to make sure that government is run like a business and if they fail, then and only then will we be on the hook for trillions in mis-spent funds!!!

  • suzieqs 03/03/2010 9:30pm
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    Has anyone noticed if you try to rate in the (-)negative on GOP type comments that they either a: don’t change or b: go up? And the reverse is true of non-GOP type comments?

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    TBSchemer 03/08/2010 12:11pm
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    You’re doing it wrong, and spreading paranoia at the same time.

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    TBSchemer 03/12/2010 9:27pm

    “Social programs like this do nothing but good over time.”

    …which is clearly why Massachusetts, upon implementing a similar system to the one Obama is proposing in 2006, saw skyrocketing health costs.

    We wouldn’t even have a health care crisis if not for Medicare, Medicaid, and government regulation. The government requires employers in many states to provide “health benefits” to their employees, and this is a huge part of what has caused consumers to have no choice in their health insurance coverage.

  • saknama 03/11/2010 12:05pm
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    I just read that Obama is planning on putting Student Loan overhaul into the Health Care Bill?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

    What does one have to do with the other and when you vote Yes on the Health Care Bill does that mean that you’re voting Yes to the Student Loan provisions at the same time?

    What does this man not understand about transparency?

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    TBSchemer 03/12/2010 9:44pm

    If Obama had his way, there would be one massive bill titled “Comprehensive, Systematic Takeover of Everything I Think I Can Run Better than You Act.”

    The text of the bill would read like so:

    Sec 1000. Definitions

    a) Entity – Any corporation, business, organization, group, individual, or practice which is determined by the President to not be running exactly the way the President thinks is best.

    Sec 1001. Extension of Presidential Powers

    a) At the President’s request, a committee shall be formed to investigate the status, actions, structure, and any other qualities of any Entity. This committee will deliberate with the President to determine what corrective actions are necessary. Corrections shall be applied immediately upon the request of the President.

  • Nile 03/15/2010 4:50pm
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    If insurance companies are making “too” much money, if banks are making “too” much money, if the oil companies are making “too” much money, …go to your broker and get rich
    !!! This is nothing but big government takeover and control that our “constitution” was supposed to protect us from! Next election I will work for a canidate that can read the Constitution and has guts enough to stand up for it!

  • Intensero 03/15/2010 8:22pm

    Thats called slavery Jerod. Example of fairness.

    Jon has 2 cars, 1 for him and 1 for his wife, Julie. Julie only works part time so she can stay home with their 3 year old Bobby. Jon’s neighbor Stuart has 1 car since he lives alone. Stuart’s neighbor Greg 3 doors down has no car and takes the bus to work. He want’s a car and is saving up for one.

    One day Stuart takes Jon’s wife’s car and gives it to Greg and says look how much I’ve helped you. Later Jon has Stuart Arrested and reclaims his car from a upset Greg who had no idea it was Jon’s car.

    Here is the difference when Government does it:

    The police knock on Jon’s door one day and say “Greg doesn’t have a car so to be fair we are taking the one you don’t really need.” Jon gets mad and says no. The Policeman Cuffs him and tosses him into jail. Your argument is a excuse to plunder.

  • texascav 03/16/2010 6:15am

    This bill is one of the worst things that can happen to this country. It should be thrown out and completely redone with more input from medical professionals and what the majority of the citizens really want. Why isn’t the elected congress and senate officials listening to the public that don’t want this bill to pass. Why is our government forcing something that the majority don’t want. To all you Congressmen and Senators, remember you are suppose to work for us. We hired you to represent us, not dictate to us. I hope in the election this fall the vast majority of you are “FIRED” and are replaced by elected officials that abide by our Constitution and will listen to the citizens of this nation and our wishes. We are not Socialists and will be a free Republic again. Don’t pass this bill……


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