Was Clinton's health care plan passed by Congress or failed by Congress?
No, it did not get passed by congress. In 1993, President Bill
Clinton, assisted by his wife, First Lady Hillary Clinton, tried to
promote a health care reform plan. But it proved very unpopular and
the two were ultimately forced to abandon any efforts to get health
care reform passed.
In an examination 70 percent of the candidates passed in English 65 percent passed in Mathematics and 27 percent failed in both subjects What is the pass percentage?
Answer: 100% (all students who took the test). Since 27% failed in both, then 73% are remained to be discussed. Since 70% passed in English, 65% passed in Math and 27% failed in both, Then, failed in English = (100% - 70%) = 30%. Failed only in English = 30% - 27% = 3%. Failed in Math = (100% - 65%) = 35%. Failed only in Math = 35% - 27% = 8%. So total…
In a class of 150 students 70 passed in physics and 90 passed in statistics10 failed in both the subjectsThen what percentage of students who passed in atleast one subject failed only in statistic?
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.
Cap and Trade and Health Care Reform are two separate things proposed in Congress. Cap and Trade passed over a month ago, which is basically a tax on CO2 emissions created by American companies. Health Care Reform is the process many in Congress have proposed to change or create major new health care policies under the oversight of the federal government. It is currently still being debated and discussed within Congress.