Healthcare Bill Comparison

Nov 5, 2009

We have created a healthcare bill chart in response to the requests of many of our supporters who are confused about what is likely to be included in the final version. Several government healthcare bills have been proposed by various members of the 111th Congress. No bill has passed either the House or Senate, but could come up for a vote at any time. We have identified at least 11 features that are common to most of the current bills, indicating that they are likely to be included in a final version.

All Americans have the right and duty to become informed and have their voices heard about important bills that will affect the future health and stability of this Nation. Click here to download the PDF version of the chart, or go to our healthcare information page at www.LC.org.

12-Hour Online Town Hall Healthcare Meeting Today

House Republicans will hold an online town hall meeting on  healthcare to expose the 12 truths about Nancy Pelosi’s healthcare bill. House Republicans will also promote and discuss their health care legislation introduced in the House this week.

During this unique and interactive online broadcast, Americans will be able to ask questions and interact with Members of Congress through Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail starting today at 1:00 PM EST, and ending on Friday at 1:00 a.m. EST.

Republicans will expose the 12 truths in Speaker Pelosi’s health care bill on the following topics:

1:00 PM EST Government Takeover General Overview
2:00 PM EST Rural/Low Income
3:00 PM EST Spending/Your Money
4:00 PM EST Seniors
5:00 PM EST Small Business
6:00 PM EST Patients/Doctors
7:00 PM EST Young Americans
8:00 PM EST Culture of Life
9:00 PM EST Women/Families
10:00 PM EST Taxes
11:00 PM EST Economy
12:00 AM EST States

To learn more about this online discussion visit: http://gop.com/12truths

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