How many pages is obama's health care bill?
When you look at the bill it is actually 2 bills; 906 pages are dedicated to the Affordable Health Care Act; the rest is citation. A second bill regarding student loans and legal precedent. The two together equal 2,700 pages.
The final version of the bill has 906 pages. It should be noted that many congressional bills are really, really long, and this one is no exception. This can be a mixed blessing: long bills can be very thorough and address specific situations, or they can be confusing and overly wordy. Since the health bill is now online in its entirety, I will let you decide if it's thorough or wordy. I enclose the link.
The health care bill is about attempting to provide health insurance to those who cannot afford it, and to insure that people with pre-existing conditions can get health care insurance. The health care bill will require that ALL people except the poverty stricken, pay for health-care insurance. Estimates say you will pay more than what it would cost you now and you will not receive the same quality and service. It's about the government incrementally…
You cannot find it anywhere, since this is an internet myth. It was started by former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin. There is no such thing as a "death panel" in the health care law. This phrase was invented by the opponents of the health care bill to scare people into voting against it. Since that time in 2008, there have been various claims on conservative talk shows that elderly patients will be denied…
If a health care provider does not accept assignment, it means that you must pay the health care provider. Then you submit their bill to your health insurer, and your health insurer reimburses you according to your contact with your insurer. The health care provider does not get involved in billing insurance.
Some sources say the current and final version has 906 pages. It should be noted that many congressional bills are really, really long, and this one is no exception. This can be a mixed blessing: long bills can be very thorough and address specific situations, or they can be confusing and overly wordy. Since the new health bill is now online, I will let you decide if it's thorough or wordy. I enclose the link.
Depending on which bill you mean, the Affordable Care Act of 2009 was passed in early 2010 and reconciled with the Health Care and Education Reconcilation Act by both houses. Health Care reform is thus law of the land. All other bills, including the one containing a public option, were striked from the schedule.
As I See It: The Autobiography of J. Paul Getty was written by J. Getty. It has 400 pages.As I See It: Personal Essays about Health Care and Health Care Reform in the United States was written by Dr. Brent D. Beale. It has 150 pages.As I See It: Thoughts for Women on Issues That Matter from a Biblical Perspective is by Cathe Laurie. It has 256 pages.
Well the bill that currently passed is not universal health care. However there are some aspects of it that will start right away and some will not start until 2014. (Such as the mandate and student grants) Universal health care could be the next step following this bill and it would start when congress passed it.
He has said he believes access to health care is a right, and he worked to get a bill passed in congress that would expand health care access to more Americans, as well as preventing health insurance companies from denying a person who has a pre-existing condition. That bill, the Affordable Care Act, can be read at the link which I enclose.