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    Tag: Committee Mettings

    Fridays Divertere: Just A Reminder

    By Corinthian Scales, Section News
    Posted on Fri Oct 14, 2011 at 09:39:51 AM EST
    Tags: Mitt Romney, Chris Christie, endorsement, primary vs. coronation, bold colors vs. pale pastels, discernable difference, Ted Kennedy, Romneycare, Obamacare, Snyders' Wellnes Plan, Committee Mettings, JCAR, Department of Health and Human Services, BMI. government tracking, health insurance exchange (all tags)

    If the Obamacare shoe fits, it belongs to Mitt.

    Comments >>

    *ACTION ALERT* Obama Care + Govt. Tracking = Loss of Freedom!

    By apackof2, Section News
    Posted on Mon Oct 03, 2011 at 01:02:22 PM EST
    Tags: Obama Care, Committee Mettings, JCAR, Department of Health and Human Services, BMI. government tracking, Affordable Care Act, health insurance exchange (all tags)

    On Sept 15 I posted that Obama Care was coming to Michigan via the implementation of the Affordable Care Act health insurance exchanges. Most people were discussing the Governerd's plan to track BMI, That my Michigander friends was just a smoke screen for the implementation Pg 11-13 HERE

    The "plan" is to get ALL health exchange bills passed out of the Senate by Halloween, with the House sending items to Governor prior to Thanksgiving. That's right!

    There is a Committee Meeting of Joint Committee on Administrative Rules to implement the forced BMI (body weight tracking) set for Thursday, October 6, 2011 9:00 a.m. Rm. 426, Capitol Bldg.

    The planning for Michigan to implement as been in process. The implementation includes Fed money in the form of "early innovator" grant distributed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in February for early implementation of portions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and "rule makers" have met.

    We DO NOT WANT GOVT TRACKING AND WE DO NOT WANT OBAMA CARE Affordable  Care Act)HEALTH CARE EXCHANGE SET UP IN MICHIGAN! These exchanges DO  NOT have to full  implemented UNTIL 2014.Michigan along with many other  states have lawsuits against Obama Care. We have an election in 2012  that COULD see the repeal/de-funding of Obama Care.

    OTHER STATES including Florida, Gov. Rick Scott, Louisiana Gov. Bobby  Jindal and Texas Gov. Rick Perry flat-out said "no" to creating  exchanges. In addition, in August Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback ordered that $32 million in PPACA exchange grants be returned,andOklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin returned $55 million in April.


    If you can not make it PLEASE Call (517) 373-5773 Fax: (517) 373-5642 E-Mail: JCAR@legislature.mi.gov

    Representative Rick Olson, Chair
    Senator John Pappageorge, Alternate Chair of JCAR
    The Administrative Rules Process
    State Office of Administrative Hearing and Rules

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