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Health insurance sign-ups gaining steam

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Haley Abrams's comment, February 27, 2014 12:43 AM
I believe that this is a good start for Obama care since it's previous malfunctions. I know that this system was intended to a flaws at first because when you you start something new it will not be perfect. But this system has seen a lot of failures staring with the technical difficulties that still continue in a few states and also that fact that most of the patients who need special treatment for their disease see there price risking not failling. I do hope though that with more and more people signing up they are able to focus on the problem within and fix them before they affect a lot people. Though they are behind on their goal they are still making good process and hopefully are able to counties with good outcomes.
Haley Abrams's curator insight, February 27, 2014 12:48 AM

I believe that this is a good start for Obama care since it's previous malfunctions. I know that this system was intended to a flaws at first because when you you start something new it will not be perfect. But this system has seen a lot of failures staring with the technical difficulties that still continue in a few states and also that fact that most of the patients who need special treatment for their disease see there price risking not falling. I do hope though that with more and more people signing up they are able to focus on the problem within and fix them before they affect a lot people. Though they are behind on their goal they are still making good process and hopefully are able to counties with good outcomes.

Ann Marie Rydberg's comment, March 2, 2014 12:31 AM
I agree with Haley that it is great to see that Obamacare is becoming more successful. I know that it is incredibly difficult to design such a huge system without encountering problems. However, I do feel that they should have made sure that the website was a little better before launching it because the severity of the problems with the system in the beginning was astounding. I think that a universal health care system could be a very good thing; I just hope that the system continues to improve. It is encouraging to see that people are now successfully signing up.
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Gold can be confiscated by the Goverment? - Coin Community Forum

Gold can be confiscated by the Goverment? - Coin Community Forum | AP Goverment: Current Events | Scoop.it
I am on the way home yesterday, I turn the radio on and I hear the last caller on Gold Line America say that the Government can confiscate your personnel gold if they needed it? They didn't touch on exactly what kind of gold whether bullion or ...
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Thai farmers add to goverment woes with rice scheme protests

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BANGKOK, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Some Thai rice farmers havethreatened to switch sides and join protesters trying to topplethe government if they do not get paid for their crop, aworrying development for

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Federal Goverment Outlawing Payday Loans – Get Cash Advances ...

Federal Goverment Outlawing Payday Loans - Get $1000 Cash Loans in Fast Time. No Credit Score. Get Fast Now. Federal Goverment Outlawing Payday Loans You can find instances when time is a single thing you do not ...
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Goverment Loans To Farm To Raise Fish – Up to $1000 Express ...

Goverment Loans To Farm To Raise Fish These events are those where it's not that life-threatening or life-changing if you fail to pay cash quick and up-front. You'll just have to pay out a little more dough than usual ...
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The Goverment Created Market Distortions of Healthcare

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Saturday, December 21, 2013. The Goverment Created Market Distortions of Healthcare. Economist Peter Klein discuss government intervention in healthcare and the resulting market distortions. Posted by Robert Wenzel at ...
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This is something that I am actually pretty interested in. It is always cool to hear different people's take on the current healthcare.

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Goverment Subsidized Loans – Up to $1000 Payday Loan in Fast ...

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Goverment Subsidized Loans Once a suitable pay day loan has become obtained, the individual will not be likely to repay the loan prior to the arrival of his or her next pay check. Normally, the repayment period will depend on ...
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Gunnar Burkhardt's curator insight, March 30, 2014 11:16 AM

This may help, but the government is still trying to gain funds by taxing itself.

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Criminal Record Checks Are Breach Of Human Rights, Court Rules

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Asking people to declare all past criminal convictions, including offences committed as children, is a breach of human rights, a landmark judgment has ruled. (RT @DERI_MORGANV8: @MikePLLB Hi did the goverment appeal this ?
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Goverment offers new approach to classroom discipline - The Detroit News

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Goverment offers new approach to classroom discipline
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'No pity' from Rwandan goverment for murdered spy - The Times (subscription)

'No pity' from Rwandan goverment for murdered spy The Times (subscription) Rwanda's government has warned that betraying one's country has “consequences” and that it feels no pity for its former spy-chief who was murdered in a South African hotel...
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