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It’s illegal to sell true health insurance in America. With true insurance, such as auto insurance, we pool our risks to reduce the financial burdens brought on with unforeseen accidents or illness.
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OTC birth control pills is an idea that’s been around for a while. Planned Parenthood is on record as supporting the idea. The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has also backed the idea in the past.
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For the past two weeks, Reason, a magazine dedicated to “Free Minds and Free Markets,” has been barred by an order from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York from speaking publicly about a grand jury subpoena that court sent to Reason.com.
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Once upon a time, you wake up one cold January morning to an email alert from your auto insurance company about a business deal with an alliance of preferred providers that will give you discounts on all sorts of auto service and products.
When asked about the study in a Huffington Post online video, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman agreed with the conclusion wholeheartedly:
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What you really should want to do is to soak the rich as much as possible … So the top tax rates should be whatever it is that collects the most revenue, and now the question is, how high is that?
CMT CANADA: ‘I think one of the biggest misnomers about Canadian healthcare is that it is “free”. It definitely is NOT free.’ ~ | Concierge Medicine Today
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The Canadian Health Act of 1984 is the law that frameworks healthcare in that country. As individuals enroll in the program they are issued a health card which enables them to receive health care services which the government deems “essential”.