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Arizona Health Insurance Reform Amendment, Proposition 106

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Oct 8, 2010
 
Arizona Health Insurance Reform Amendment, Proposition 106

Proposition 106 would amend the Arizona Constitution by barring any rules or regulations that would force state residents to participate in a health-care system. The proposed amendment would also ensure that individuals would have the right to pay for private health insurance.

A "YES" vote shall have the effect of prohibiting the enactment of laws or rules that require any person, employer or health care provider to participate in any health care system. It will also allow a person or employer to forgo health insurance and pay for health care services directly without a penalty and will allow health care providers to accept direct payment without a penalty. It will specifically allow health insurance in private health care systems.

A "NO" vote shall have the effect of retaining the current law regarding a person or entity's health care choices.

How will you vote on November 2nd?
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I am about sick of the new laws only made in an effort to enforce HATE of anything Dem or Obama.

I have freinds who have been dumped (dropped)in thier retirement by thier insurance companies, another who had to pay $1,400 a month for over a year, to keep his wife on a COBRA plan so she could stay in the hopital. Our Heath care in America ranks like 40th world wide.. WE ARE NOT ALL THAT AND A BAG OF CHIPS anylonger..
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CitizenTopix wrote:
Arizona Health Insurance Reform Amendment, Proposition 106
Proposition 106 would amend the Arizona Constitution by barring any rules or regulations that would force state residents to participate in a health-care system. The proposed amendment would also ensure that individuals would have the right to pay for private health insurance.
A "YES" vote shall have the effect of prohibiting the enactment of laws or rules that require any person, employer or health care provider to participate in any health care system. It will also allow a person or employer to forgo health insurance and pay for health care services directly without a penalty and will allow health care providers to accept direct payment without a penalty. It will specifically allow health insurance in private health care systems.
A "NO" vote shall have the effect of retaining the current law regarding a person or entity's health care choices.
How will you vote on November 2nd?
To take out the TRASH
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Pete H wrote:
I am about sick of the new laws only made in an effort to enforce HATE of anything Dem or Obama.
I have freinds who have been dumped (dropped)in thier retirement by thier insurance companies, another who had to pay $1,400 a month for over a year, to keep his wife on a COBRA plan so she could stay in the hopital. Our Heath care in America ranks like 40th world wide.. WE ARE NOT ALL THAT AND A BAG OF CHIPS anylonger..
The way you fix corruption is to install government oversight, not government control. I am not for the current healthcare system but I am even less supportive of a forced one.
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Oct 8, 2010
 
What is the current Arizona health law?
We are thinking of moving to AZ in a few years.

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This is another of those silly things that is apparently supposed to make the governor seem like a big shot. It will just be knocked down in court if it is passed and we will have spent millions for nothing. Why not just try secession. I know it didn't work last time some states tried it, but maybe that would make everyone happy.
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laojim wrote:
This is another of those silly things that is apparently supposed to make the governor seem like a big shot. It will just be knocked down in court if it is passed and we will have spent millions for nothing. Why not just try secession. I know it didn't work last time some states tried it, but maybe that would make everyone happy.
I know a lot of retired public school teachers who think this way, because they love to teach conformity and blind obedience to Washington DC and it's edicts.

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NO Obamacare! Vote YES on 106 in order to PROHIBIT enactment of welfare trash such as Obamacare!
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Vote yes! This is just another mandate from the big brother that will fail like they all do. We have too much government in this country trying to control every facet of our lives. And we are paying for it big time. And it is going to get worse if we the people don't stop this madness. Enough!
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As we hardworking Americans struggle to make ends meet, Senate staffers will take part next week in a two-day festival of back massages, organic food tastings and free healthcare screenings.

This is part of a health fair for the staffers, who enjoy some of the best health care in the country, at our expense.

No one is saying how much the health fair will cost taxpayers.

This is your government at work for you.
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Cordes Lakes AGREES, with YES vote.
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VOTE 'NO' ON ALL PROPOSITIONS!!

Arizona already spends more money per taxpayer than ANY OTHER STATE IN THE NATION on litigation at the state, county and municipal levels.

Why is it that every time there is a contoversy about anything WE think WE have to pay the bill to take it to court? We don't have the money in the state budget right now to even keep the toilets running in the rest areas, why should we always be volunteering to hire lawyers and take things to court?

I like seeing Arizona at the top of most lists, but not this one.

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Cali wrote:
What is the current Arizona health law?
We are thinking of moving to AZ in a few years.
One of the worst in the country, and most expensive. Basically the unwritten effect of it is, if they are not paying for it out of pocket and especcially if they do not have income to pay 10 times for it, then don't find anything wrong with them until it is an emergency.

They only want them covered for life threatening emergency, or to be addicted guinea pigs making thousands of dollars per month for the protected pharmaceutical companies and distributors, who our legislature is heavily invested in. Seriously.

You would have to be retarded or ignorant to want to move here; although, as fascism goes CA is far more fascisti, but in everything else--AZ is for losers. YOu come here to lose, or only to visit because you have enough money to go anywhere you want in the owrld. You move here, you will be sooooo stuck.

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laojim wrote:
This is another of those silly things that is apparently supposed to make the governor seem like a big shot. It will just be knocked down in court if it is passed and we will have spent millions for nothing. Why not just try secession. I know it didn't work last time some states tried it, but maybe that would make everyone happy.
Since the feds don't care about the constitution, and the state doesnt really either--seccession is a good idea. However, now that there are mno legal local militias--the nat guard has been taken over by the president (Thanks to Bushie-babies)--we have absolutely no way to do such a thing.

And yes, as you can well see, the governor likes to spend millions and billions of dollars fighting the feds at every turn, so her constituents will pat her on the bakc--plus she gets lots of kickbacks and perks for it.

Like, raise a temprorarty taxk that will go on indefinietel( as it is under the control of the legislature not eh voteres now) While they continue their 8 billion dollars per year pay increases--since which has been the worst performance of the legislature in history.

Lets take their pay back.

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Eli Blake wrote:
VOTE 'NO' ON ALL PROPOSITIONS!!
Arizona already spends more money per taxpayer than ANY OTHER STATE IN THE NATION on litigation at the state, county and municipal levels.
Why is it that every time there is a contoversy about anything WE think WE have to pay the bill to take it to court? We don't have the money in the state budget right now to even keep the toilets running in the rest areas, why should we always be volunteering to hire lawyers and take things to court?
I like seeing Arizona at the top of most lists, but not this one.
Just keep saying "NO" no no non non no no no no non no to government, they are not your friends and they are worse than all the drugs taken at onces.

Don't let government tweek your world anymore.

Get your concealed weaposns permits while you still can, don't let them lapse. This right to carry is a farse from back-0east

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Swarm wrote:
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Since the feds don't care about the constitution,....
Nothing that could follow such a silly opening is worth reading.
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Pete H wrote:
I am about sick of the new laws only made in an effort to enforce HATE of anything Dem or Obama.
I have freinds who have been dumped (dropped)in thier retirement by thier insurance companies, another who had to pay $1,400 a month for over a year, to keep his wife on a COBRA plan so she could stay in the hopital. Our Heath care in America ranks like 40th world wide.. WE ARE NOT ALL THAT AND A BAG OF CHIPS anylonger..
Your spelling proves that you're NOT ALL THAT AND A BAG OF CHIPS!
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Swarm wrote:
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Just keep saying "NO" no no non non no no no no non no to government, they are not your friends and they are worse than all the drugs taken at onces.
Don't let government tweek your world anymore.
Get your concealed weaposns permits while you still can, don't let them lapse. This right to carry is a farse from back-0east
Hey dumbass, don't you read? We don't need no stinking CCW's here in AZ. STOP with your lying at once or I'll be forced to open a can of WHOOP ASS on you!
Sincerely,
Yo momma
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Boss Hoss wrote:
As we hardworking Americans struggle to make ends meet, Senate staffers will take part next week in a two-day festival of back massages, organic food tastings and free healthcare screenings.
This is part of a health fair for the staffers, who enjoy some of the best health care in the country, at our expense.
No one is saying how much the health fair will cost taxpayers.
This is your government at work for you.
I sure could use some of that private health fair care, being born with disability.The cost of that disability has put me on welfare. And I'm not asking sensitivity preference for being educated,etc..
Obama care wants to pick the early date of my self-extermination, otherwise they will do it for me. How should I pick my final exit?
Pelosi and Obama should be made to include ORDINARY citizens(a lottery for?ha ha ha) in these private beneficials. Sharing the wealth, hey DC? So many of us wait a lifetime, and never have the ways, means to celebrate anything let alone being pampered like Romans at the table.

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Swarm wrote:
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Since the feds don't care about the constitution,....
laojim wrote:
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Nothing that could follow such a silly opening is worth reading.
T%hat is too bad. You woould have learned something--like why I would say such a thing. It really is silly that the people who are sworn to uphold the constitution do not.

But why you found it silly, is beyond me.

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