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 Page 425, Lines 4-12:  Government mandates advanced care planning consultations.  

Seniors will be interview every year for health issues and decisions made as to what care they can and cannot receive.

 

Page 425, Lines 17-19:  The government will instruct and consult regarding living wills and durable powers of attorney.  This is mandatory.

Page 425, Lines 22-25, Page 426, Lines 22-25, and Page 426, Lines 1-3:  Government provides approved list of  “end of life” resources guiding you into death.

 

  Page 427, Lines 15-24:  Government mandates programs for orders for “end of life”.  The government has a say    in how your life ends.

 

 Page 429, Lines 1-9:  An advance care planning consultation will be used frequently as a patient’s health  deteriorates.

 

  Page 429, Lines 10-12:  Advance care consultation may include an order for “end of life” plan.  An order from the government.

 

  Page 420, Lines 13-25:  The government will specify which doctors can write an “end of life” order.

 

 Page 430, Lines 11-16:  The government will decide what level of treatment you will have at the end of life.

 The current government feels that we older people no longer contribute anything to society, thereby becoming a burden on the economy.

Do you wonder why our Republican representatives aren’t advising us what is in the health care bill?   

Because they haven’t read it, and they are too busy at trying to be re-elected to  office.

   This bill has been signed into law.

 The only way this law can possibly be repealed is to vote Obama out of office.

 I personally do not want the government mandating my “end of life.”

 Sherry Kisamore

        Priest River

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