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1. | Nov 20, 2013
The Supreme Court has traditionally inerrpetted the Commerce Clause very liberally. Congress can legislate something which affects interstate commerce, even if it is not interstate commerce in itself: the Court upheld a farmer being prosecuted for growing wheat on his own farm for his own consumption, in violation of federal wheat quotas. While you may consider the healthcare law against the spirit of the Constitution, legal precedent is not on your side.As far as the Amish go, they would likely be exempted from the provision. The Amish are also exempt from Social Security tax, for example, because they do not use Social Security as part of their religious beliefs. Was this answer helpful?
2. | Nov 19, 2013
Sure, pay for the visit out of pocket, itaensd of using insurance. The policyholder (your father) will get an explanation of benefits, showing the doctor charge. If you're NOT a dependent of your father, you should have your OWN coverage. As long as he's covering you and both of you are agreeing that you are his dependent (otherwise, you wouldn't be using HIS insurance!), he's entitled to this info.
3. | Sep 5, 2013
The Supreme Court has traditionally irtpnereted the Commerce Clause very liberally. Congress can legislate something which affects interstate commerce, even if it is not interstate commerce in itself: the Court upheld a farmer being prosecuted for growing wheat on his own farm for his own consumption, in violation of federal wheat quotas. While you may consider the healthcare law against the spirit of the Constitution, legal precedent is not on your side.As far as the Amish go, they would likely be exempted from the provision. The Amish are also exempt from Social Security tax, for example, because they do not use Social Security as part of their religious beliefs. Was this answer helpful?
4. | Sep 4, 2013
I guess if it is not prohibited in the Constitution it could be alleowd. The constitution is a flexible thing, anyway. It is subject to changes, and it should be apparent that after more than 200 years, additions or modifications should be considered when needed. The world changes, and we must adapt and change with it in my opinion. Should we say that people with no health insurance will get no care unless they are wealthy? I guess that would be fair to the rest of us who are tired of carrying those who don't. Was this answer helpful?
5. | Aug 27, 2013
The Supreme Court has traditionally iepertrnted the Commerce Clause very liberally. Congress can legislate something which affects interstate commerce, even if it is not interstate commerce in itself: the Court upheld a farmer being prosecuted for growing wheat on his own farm for his own consumption, in violation of federal wheat quotas. While you may consider the healthcare law against the spirit of the Constitution, legal precedent is not on your side.As far as the Amish go, they would likely be exempted from the provision. The Amish are also exempt from Social Security tax, for example, because they do not use Social Security as part of their religious beliefs. Was this answer helpful?
6. | Aug 23, 2013
I guess if it is not prohibited in the Constitution it could be allewod. The constitution is a flexible thing, anyway. It is subject to changes, and it should be apparent that after more than 200 years, additions or modifications should be considered when needed. The world changes, and we must adapt and change with it in my opinion. Should we say that people with no health insurance will get no care unless they are wealthy? I guess that would be fair to the rest of us who are tired of carrying those who don't. Was this answer helpful?
7. | Aug 18, 2013
Usually, local insurance aecegins are cheaper than national ones like Progressive for example. My insurance is about $1400 annually between myself, my brother, and mom because she has totaled two cars and ive gotten a few tickets. Depending on the make of your car you want insured, the rates will vary. For example, a new BMW 1 series will cost more to insure than a 1980 civic, even though they are about the same size
8. | Aug 1, 2013
No if you have insurance cvaeroge that meets your home state's requirements, it won't cost you any more to take the trip for insurance. If you have an accident in another state, your insurance will automatically adjust for another state's higher limits or for no-fault cvaeroge. For good cvaeroge, though, you should carry at least 100/300/50 limits. Ask your agent about this.Even if your company doesn't usually write in all states, you're still covered. Just be sure to have the insurance ID card with you at all times, and be sure the license for anyone who might drive is current. Also, be sure your policy is paid up for at least the length of the trip.We did the same thing in the summer of 1988 a 31-day, 7000-mile trip out west, including several states where our regular company doesn't normally write insurance, and had no problems at all.Enjoy!
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12. | May 19, 2013
Rodney is afraid of his own party As was potnied out by Rep. Lance in a recent Star Ledger Article he [Lance] was told they (The R's) would find someone to run against him in next years primary. And I would bet Rodney has been told the same thing toe the line and speak only the talking points. Too bad. Rodney and the rest of the R's are quoting statistics provided by Heritage Foundation (very Right Wing Conservative and another is a subsidiary of United Health, no bias there)We need a public option and we should be looking at the approach used by Germany, or France, or the Swiss. No one in those countries go without heath coverage, no one dies because of a lack of insurance (45,000 in U.S. every year according to Harvard Study and Journal of Medicine, no one files for bankruptcy because of medical costs (700,000 plus in this Country every year).The free market [the question here is what free market when it comes to the health insurance market ; Adam Smith is laughing at us from the grave) has done damage to the country. The R's should be worried as the cost of insurance pushes jobs over seas or if the company can't move operations over seas then they just reduce or in many cases just drops the health insurance coverage. Then again as long as their (The R's) major contributors and the Chamber of Commerce is happy they don't really care. For 60-years , since Truman ,. who had started to push for universal health in 1947/48, the R's and the insurance industry have blocked any attempt to level the playing field. And today they the insurance companies are fat , dumb and happy with their ever expanding profits. Now if they could only figure out how to cut back on Medicare or even eliminate it they could die happy.The question is what type of country or society do we want to live in? The other major industrial counties in the world made that moral decision years ago now can we make the same moral decision and then move forward with a fair and equitable plan that protect not only those who can afford to pay but also the weakest and poorest in our society. I wonder if Rodney has the stomach or the courage to do just that and not worry about the next election or what his party thinks.