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  • VIDEO: Solving Pre-Existing Conditions Doesnt Take 2,700 Pages

    Ed Haislmaier, Senior Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation’s Center for Health Policy Studies, takes on the 2,700 pages of Obamacare — and the notion that all that legislation is needed to fix the problem of pre-existing conditions.

    As Haislmaier explains, Congress could solve the pre-existing conditions problem quite simply and in only two pages. How? Watch this video to find out.

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    One Response to VIDEO: Solving Pre-Existing Conditions Doesnt Take 2,700 Pages

    1. Jack Nottingham, Tuc says:

      The President and Mr Axelrod are blaming the Republicans for holding up these nominations, but the results of the cloture vote on Craig Becker 52 against, 33 for. The more interesting part is that there were 15 that didn't vote at all, 10 Republicans, 4 Democrats, and 1 Independent. And the 2 Democrat turncoats that voted against – so how are the Republicans at fault here????? Probably because they don't follow the Democrat Party line, but the Democrats surely don't follow the Republican Party line either. The blame game continues……………

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