June 23, 2010 at 5:00 pm in INFORUM
The health care reform seminar conducted Tuesday in Fargo answered a few questions but did not dispel the foremost concern that most worries businesses: uncertainty. Continue Reading
Tags: economic recovery, Editorials, health care reform, Opinion 5 Comments »
Not smart a** remark; a fact. As for the comments about Flooding in the Devils Lake basin… Federal regulation are a major part of why the solution, an east end outlet, has not yet been built. If it were not for these regulations an east end outlet to keep the lake at “46″ could have been in place long ago. Then maybe we would not have been forced to spend a billion + and counting.
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Every employer should be required to provide each employee with the minimum of free single-coverage health, dental, and vision. That is just “basic”. Doing that should also cut down on all these part-time workers and encourage hiring people full-time–something that is badly needed in this area. There are too many worthless, part-time jobs (i.e. 10 hours, 20 hours, 5 hours, etc) that don’t support one, much less a family.
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The next thing you know, the media elite will admit there’s no such thing as a free lunch. Don’t hold your breath waiting for them to admit, though.
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The issue is, no one wants to do anything about the cost of healthcare, they just want to blame someone for the costs; they don’t care who. After all, why take the time to learn about a subject when you can blindly follow the hucksters who claim to know what’s the best way to do something? I will say here and now, I voted for Obama. I made a mistake and I want Mitt Romney to be the next guy in the White House.
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Just another excuse for BCBS to hike up their rates again!
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