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.
  • Short: Service Members Home Ownership Tax Act of 2009 as introduced.
  • 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.
  • Short: CLASS Act as passed senate.
  • Short: Community Living Assistance Services and Supports Act as passed senate.
  • Short: Congenital Heart Futures Act as passed senate.
  • Short: Cures Acceleration Network Act of 2009 as passed senate.
  • Short: EARLY Act as passed senate.
  • Short: Elder Justice Act of 2009 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.
  • Short: Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009 as passed house.
  • Short: Catalyst to Better Diabetes Care Act of 2009 as passed house.
  • Short: CLASS Act as passed house.
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  • Short: Congenital Heart Futures Act as passed house.
  • Short: Cures Acceleration Network Act of 2009 as passed house.
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  • Short: Establishing a Network of Health-Advancing National Centers of Excellence for Depression Act of 2009 as passed house.
  • Short: Young Women's Breast Health Education and Awareness Requires Learning Young Act of 2009 as passed house.
  • Short: Young Women's Breast Health Education and Awareness Requires Learning Young Act of 2009 as enacted.
  • Short: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as enacted.
  • Short: Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009 as enacted.
  • Short: Catalyst to Better Diabetes Care Act of 2009 as enacted.
  • Short: CLASS Act as enacted.
  • Short: Community Living Assistance Services and Supports Act as enacted.
  • Short: Congenital Heart Futures Act as enacted.
  • Short: Cures Acceleration Network Act of 2009 as enacted.
  • Short: EARLY Act as enacted.
  • Short: Elder Justice Act of 2009 as enacted.
  • Short: ENHANCED Act of 2009 as enacted.
  • Short: Establishing a Network of Health-Advancing National Centers of Excellence for Depression Act of 2009 as enacted.

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SanityCheck 01/11/2010 11:12am
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in reply to suzieqs Jan 10, 2010 2:45am

Suzieqs, there are clearly problems with health care and prescription costs. But nothing in the bills being shoved through congress will correct the very real problems. This is because no one is doing a “root cause” analysis of why medical care has grown so expensive. As a result, the proposals are emotion-based—like your silly comment about the “very wealthy.”

We’ve all experienced some thoroughly irrational charges, but how much investigation have you done to get to the bottom of them? Some are related to the way health insurances pay out to providers, some are caused by the fact that doctors themselves rarely know what the cost of any particular procedure is, and some are cause by other common-sense factors such as having insurance stand between you and the provider. None of these real causes are being addressed by congress. What you’ll get with their solution is more cost for less service.

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

honestgrunt 01/25/2010 3:27pm
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in reply to LucasFoxx Dec 31, 2009 11:56am

Yeah but if you look closely at TSA you’ll see how fucked up it really is and that it really doesnt work. (IE, the Xmas Bomber for one example). If their hands were untied, TSA would be great, till then their just a pain in the ass.

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zombiexl 03/26/2010 11:29am
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in reply to suzieqs Dec 31, 2009 3:35am

The “working poor” (with kids) get back far more than they paid in federal tax. Add to that all the other assistance they (reduced or free childcare, WIC, food stamps, the list goes on and on). This may not represent 100% of the “working poor”, as you call them but it does represent a large portion.

I have many friends that are “working poor” and I love tax time when they complain to me about how little they got back. Then I usually ask ‘how much did you pay?’. The answer usually comes out around 1/3 or less than they received back. I have no problem if they get back 100% of their federal income tax, but to give back more than they paid is a hand out. Social Security is not refundable, so that tax shouldn’t enter the argument.

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octavian61 03/28/2010 1:23pm
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in reply to saknama Mar 11, 2010 11:23am

Mr.saknama, the law struck down by the Supreme court does not infringe on liberties…Explain to me how Obama was able to raise more than 780 million dollars for his campaign, and the writer of the bill John McCain raised more than 350 million dollars for his campaign,with the bill in place for about 6 years…..That totals a whopping 1 billion dollars for a job that pays around 500,000 a year…The billion dollar president…The law did not stop them from making money….

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Deadpuppy 03/23/2010 9:01am
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in reply to Americafirst Mar 17, 2010 4:36pm

Who pays – The common worker.
1. You can claim the rich, the corporations, whatever, the fact is Companies “do not pay taxes” no matter what you think, wish or have been told these companies are only middlemen who relay all cost to the product they sell and we the people pay the taxes. Large Corporations are actually good and provide us jobs, investment opportunities and a place to hangout to make new friends.
2. Rich people – Why? One might sit back and wish they had that kind of money lying around but there is no reason to hate them for they do pay far more taxes then you & me and use the resources about the same as us. Reminder, these people are rich for a reason, they know ways and have the time to make money and common workers don’t in the end they will keep their money and the common worker will pay “all” of the bills.

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honestgrunt 01/25/2010 3:23pm
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in reply to suzieqs Dec 31, 2009 3:26am

have you ever heard of the ‘Free Market’. the part that makes it work is the FREE part. Government interference is what screws it up. i aint saying there shouldnt be rule and regs, but when a gov. starts imposing to many rules and regs on a so called free market it is no longer a free market. It becomes regulated. Bill Gates is the perfect example of the “American Dream”. He started the company in a garage. Just because he made a product that every one wanted, used and revolutionized the industry dosent mean that he should be stopped. Would you want that happen to you: would you want your hard work to be taken a way from you just because you made a superior product?

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