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Any individual who does not have acceptable health care coverage, according to the government,  will be taxed 2.5%, yet health care will be provided to all non-U.S. citizens, illegal or otherwise,   and they will be exempt from individual taxes.  

   Page 59, lines 21-24 states the government will have direct access to your bank accounts forelective funds transfers.   Officers and employees of the Health Care Administration will have access to all American’s financial and personal records, per page 59.

  All doctors, no matter what specialty, will be paid the same, per page 241, Lines 6-8,  and  the government will determine how much the doctors can make, and what and how much  they can own, per Page 317, Lines 13-20, and Page 271, Lines 1-16.   

With the restrictions placed on doctors under ObamaCare, it is predicted that many physicians will be leaving  the medical fields.

 If they elect to treat a patient when the government advisary committee  denies the patient care, the doctors are putting themselves at risk for fines and jail time.

The government has the authority to disqualify HMO’s, forcing all into the government health  plan.  

They will also reduce physicians services for Medicaid.  

The seniors, the poor, and  the low income will be very affected.

  All medical services will be rationed, determined by your age and medical condition.     

     

 Sherry Kisamore

      Priest River

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