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The Supreme Court upheld the health care law Thursday. Chief Justice John Roberts’ majority opinion says it is a valid exercise of Congress’s power to tax.
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The 2010 law, the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) requires non-exempted individuals to maintain a minimum level of health insurance or pay a tax penalty.
The Supreme Court ruling was as follows:
• “The Affordable Care Act is constitutional in part and unconstitutional in part,” Roberts wrote.
• “The individual mandate cannot be upheld as an exercise of Congress’s power under the Commerce Clause. That Clause authorizes Congress to regulate interstate commerce, not to order individuals to engage in it.”
• “it is reasonable to construe what Congress has done as increasing taxes on those who have a certain amount of income, but (who) choose to go without health insurance. Such legislation is within Congress’s power to tax.”
Dr. Elaina George joined us to discuss ObamaCare from a Doctor/Patient Perspective. She offers a comprehensive view of ObamaCare that you are not likely to often hear!
1. Will ObamaCare put many Americans with serious illness at risk of death due to rationed services?
2. How did healthcare costs get so out of control?
3. Will the Affordable Care Act really decrease costs
4.. How will The Affordable care Act affect the practice of medicine?
5. What are some things that could be done to actually improve the quality and access to healthcare while decreasing costs?
Our guests addressed these questions and offered numerous practical solutions, including Fees for Services~
We also discussed the U.S. House of Representative’s decision to hold Eric Holder in criminal contempt!
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PROJECT 21: Project 21 is an initiative of The National Center for Public Policy Research to promote the views of Black Americans whose entrepreneurial spirit, dedication to family and commitment to individual responsibility has not traditionally been echoed by the nation’s civil rights establishment.
DR. ELAINA GEORGE
Dr. Elaina George, a member of the national advisory council of the Project 21 black leadership network, is a board-certified otolaryngologist.
Dr. George graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Biology. She received her master’s degree in medical microbiology from Long Island University, and her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. Dr. George completed her residency at Manhattan, Eye Ear & Throat Hospital. Her training included general surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, pediatric ENT at The NY-Presbyterian Hospital, and head and neck oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
She has published in several scientific journals and presented her research at national meetings. As a solo practitioner in private practice who is also a small business owner, she has a unique perspective on the problems of health care delivery, the true costs of healthcare and viable solutions. Dr. George is a recipient of the Patients’ Choice Award in 2008 and 2009.
Jerome Hudson is a member of the Project 21 black leadership network, serving on the organization’s National Advisory Council.Jerome first came to national prominence in July of 2009 when Glenn Beck posted Jerome’s essay, “The Life of a Young Black Conservative,” as the top article on GlennBeck.com .Since then, he has won a writing award from the Young America’s Foundation