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It seems that the republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine did a major fubar by being talked into voting for the US senate tax bill in the wee morning of December 2, 2017. 1,118 more words

Republican Party

jilldennison reblogged this on Filosofa's Word and commented:

Senator Susan Collins earned our kudos when she voted against the abominable ACA repeal bill a few months ago, but now? Not so much, since she sold her soul downriver to the big money donors and came out in support of the latest tax "reform" bill that is destined to cause nothing but grief for the 99% of us who are not wealthy. Ms. Collins current term does not end until 2021, so perhaps she believes we will forget her treason against We The People by then. Please read Gronda's excellent post to see where Ms. Collins stands and what she is doing now. Thank you, Gronda!

A Few Words About...Healthcare Insurance

A year after his election, President Trump still hasn’t gotten through his campaign promise of the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. 240 more words

Make your voice heard in DC!

Last week, the Senate released their long-anticipated health care reform legislation.  After an initial review of the bill, our concerns were confirmed as it maintains many of the same harmful provisions we opposed in the U.S. 265 more words


What does the UK Election result mean for the NHS?

Last week, the UK voted for a snap general election called by Theresa May, Prime Minister and leader of the ruling Conservative Party. Much has been written about why she took this unexpected decision, so I’m not going to recook that here. 2,605 more words

Medicine & Medical Technology


Senators are stumped as to how to lower healthcare costs. They seemingly have no idea why, what, how or when it all spiraled out of control. 667 more words


The AHCA will make you sick with despair

In case you’ve been hiding under your bed lately—we would completely understand if you were—the terrible U.S. House of Representatives passed the terrible American Health Care Act (AHCA) “replacement” for Obamacare, and then reveled in its terribleness. 317 more words