Let’s talk about Senator Al Franken’s New Amendment reforming credit ratings agencies.
|By: marinara Friday May 14, 2010 7:37 am|
|By: Nathan Aschbacher Monday March 22, 2010 9:06 pm|
There have been many words written about what needs to be done next to try and improve the pathetic healthcare reform bill, and most of those words focus on trying to mount pressure to revisit previously failed policy points; drug re-importation, adding a public option, etc. Given what we know about the political landscape, these efforts are utterly pointless.
|By: debbierlus Saturday March 20, 2010 3:22 pm|
Their brand of compassion for women is going to bring us straight back to the 1950s…Join our group to fight back – Women’s bodies are not bargaining chips. PERIOD.
|By: Nathan Aschbacher Thursday November 12, 2009 9:48 am|
Please be specific.
I have become increasingly confused about its purpose; as each new discovery and calculation tells of its likely failure to act as a competitor in the market, with strong government backing, to drive down healthcare costs.
If it’s not getting us any closer to, “Quality, affordable healthcare for every American.” What is it getting us closer to?
|By: ProgressiveObserver Saturday November 7, 2009 9:59 pm|
Some good did happen but the cost was too high. We do not leave women behind any more than we leave men. The Stupak amendment and the negotiation outside of Medicaid rates is the last laugh of the conservatives.
|By: Nathan Aschbacher Tuesday August 11, 2009 5:19 pm|
If we want to have any legitimate shot at a single-payer system, we need to make sure to press both the House and Senate to pass a reform bill that includes Representative Kucinich’s “State Innovation” amendment to allow states to operate their own single-payer insurance programs.