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"headley heath" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Particularly when it comes to mass of relative to covid nineteen still a lot of lingering confusion given all of the seemingly capricious and arbitrary mandates when it comes to mass but as had heath manning policy director for the independent. Women's forum says isn't it time to let them little children unmask eight thirty nine thirteen ten. Kfi k. a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios joined this morning by headley heath manning halley. Thanks so much for taking the time. Of course good morning. Thanks for having me. And this Mask conundrum really resonates with you. Doesn't it it does. I've got three children. One who is four years old and we'll be starting kindergarten. This fall one who just turned three and so now is subject to denver. Cities mask mandate and one who was two months old today. Happy birthday two month old. john lucky. Fortunately she doesn't have to wear masks yet. But i wish that were the case for all of my children. I wish that i could send them to school without masks. And i think it's time for us to change the rules here in the city of denver. And and do just that now and again as you wrote in your piece. Let the little children unmasked to their credit experts at the centers for disease control. did issue that updated guidance on masking vaccinating people. Basically saying that most of us can go without masks in most places. But you know it's interesting as we saw the easing of the mask mandates. Well that led to what i affectionately referred to as mass scores two point oh as you dared being vaccinated person showing up in stores and businesses have the right to Still requests that you wear a mask in their place of business which i respect totally but sports two point where you walk in without a mask and even if you're like waving your vaccination card around people are giving stink. I mean ultimately these decisions are a matter of risk And people have different comfort levels with risk right. I would never tell another parents for example that they should not put a mask on their child if that's what they think is important and appropriate for their family. Who am i to say you know. Maybe they have someone in their family or maybe one of their children has some kind of Underlying medical condition. That i don't know about i just want the freedom to make the choice for my family will say. I don't think that these maths are good for my kids. And i think in general we as a society have zeroed in so closely on the risk of covid nineteen there might be other risks that were missing and specifically when it comes to math on little kids. I would love to see more research done on. You know what this does to children's language development. What it does to their social referencing or their ability to read emotions and other people's faces. This is really important for young kids. They're they're learning to read our faces and they're learning what it means you know. Socially and emotionally Developed and and faces are big part of that and i think the younger the child the more important that is especially with my infant daughter. Try as much as possible to avoid situations where we're gonna be surrounded by people in masks it's important for her to see my face and other people's faces and i think that's also important for my preschoolers So my decision as a parent would be to take the mask off my kids and pretty much every situation but because we live in the city of denver and because they're preschools in the city of for. I don't have the freedom to make that choice. I'm curious your preschoolers in particular. What has their reaction been to seeing people. I mean it's become the new normal seeing folks around them wearing masks. I can't up. And i mean you know your concerns about their emotional development and verbal development The those concerns are very well taken. Because yes i are the windows to the soul but is only tell you so much and you have to wonder about the social cues but were they frightened by seeing all these people wearing mass. You know i think every parent struggled with what to do and the very beginning of this pandemic and how much to tell our children what to tell our children. I effectively told my kids last spring that their school was on spring break and i told them that they were on spring break for a month or so and then eventually i realized that. Wow this is gonna be a more You no longer situation. It was going to be something that i was gonna have to open up more to my kids about. My daughter was three at the time. And so i finally explained to her. There's virus and we have to be safe. We have to avoid spreading germs. And she's been you know in pre k. All year with other students and teachers. Who wore masks and i have to say i think my little girl. Is you know pretty smart. I think she understands. I think you can reason with a child. At a certain age. She understands the purpose of the masks. I don't think she likes wearing them. She takes office in she can. And then my my poor little boy who just turned three. I mean the the week before his birthday. I was telling him. Aren't you so excited. We're gonna have spiderman cupcakes. It's going to be a big birthday party. You're turning three. And he looked at me and he said when i'm three i have to wear masks especially and i thought oh but i tried to explain to them in a lotta situations. The kids don't have to wear masks nap. Naptime snacktime lunchtime outside time. They don't have to wear masks right but the other times when they're in the classroom and they're working together in groups and they're trying to make friends with the other kids. I do think that impedes their communication. And i think it makes it harder for them to relate to the other kids and the teachers of you know. I've suggested maybe we could find some math. That are see through if that's an option on so that they can still see the movement as the lips and the mouth but ultimately we've reached the point with the pandemic where vaccinations are available. Many people are taking advantage of that. The caseload has come way down we've learned at the vaccines are pretty effective against the variants. So at a certain point you have to say. When can we get back to normal in terms of reading our kids. Breathe freely and not wear masks. And i think that time has come and gone well and particularly given the fact as you write in your piece science. I mean there has been some measure of consistency at least in one area of all the conflicting guidelines relative to covid nineteen. The science is always said. The young kids do not transmit kobe. Nineteen even the new variance of it in a significant way. That's right it was Last summer really. The summer of twenty twenty ran a couple of big studies one from south korea and Another featured and the Pediatrics which is the journal of the american pediatricians suggested that you know when you look at different age groups you find that the kids about you know eight nine or ten. They start to become more contagious. And they start to have a higher risk of disease but under that age. There's really very little risk to the health of the child and also the kids are less contagious. So they're not superspreader. They're not spreading the virus. Around which i think surprised a lot of people because when you think about other viruses like influenza virus kids are very high risk of disease and kids are also pretty germy. I've gotten several. Is my wife wars. You know they find ways to get really thirty in germany until understandably people were concerned about that but the science has told us that they're not at high risk. I think it's the other risks that we ought to be studying. What does it do to the fear and anxiety levels.

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"headley heath" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"The place. So you know, what advertising is you put it on your website. We see it. I see it all the time. You remember last week? I was talking about that forty five adapter. And now you hear the forty five adapter symbol on hats and everything else. Now, everywhere I go the things popping up trying to. So I gotta give me a forty five adapter flag because some of these snowflakes they think it's a Nazi symbol. I know they do it's just crazy. But anyway, so I was gonna look at stories somebody sent me from the Washington Times. Now, the Washington Post Washington Post on pay wall. So does the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, most of the other places don't so I get most of my news. Now, let me tell you what I go to ABC NBC CBS BS NBC if I have to CNN FOX does that pay wall. I can go to the Washington Examiner on your the daily caller their bunch of different places, you can go. The don't put a bible who understand this twenty first century and the business model as you run ads on your website. And that's how you pay for your news. I have a work around. Do you want to tell me which story it is? And I'll print it off for you. You gotta work around. Yeah. I'm on it. I can get in it. So you haven't hit your limit yet? I don't want to answer the question. If you let me know. I deleted the Email. I don't even remember what it was. It was something about this Omar chick. But I don't know. I mean, it was something about her to Moscow or something. But I mean, I was going to read the thing. It was mildly interesting. But then I go, well, why read it now when I got to pay for it. So. Yeah. No. It's now why why did you think we wanna pay for news? I don't understand it. Mike, you would be up next the Phil Valentine show. Mike one up dot com. A lot of fossil fuel. Did. I realize it would bankrupt every state in the United States talking to the foster deal. Gallon specific Allan. Runs. All no. I know. I know they don't well. They don't they don't look at that. He, and here's something I know, this is one of my pet peeves, but I will tell you folks who live in Brentwood Franklin or this area don't buy gas there. There's there hosing you down especially because they know that a lot of people in area have cars it take the high test stuff. And so they never put that on the sign. So I was thinking what am I kids somewhere somewhere on Saturday? And I said, look, I gotta go get some gas. But we're going to drive down the road. And wing drive about a mile mile and a half down the road. And so I drove and I showed him with a price was filled up. Three a two fifty seven to fifty seven Friday test to fifty seven. Drove back down a mile to Brentwood as actually not even Brentwood Brin. What is neighbors corner? Fold into the shell station. They just want to see what it is three thirty five. So it's two fifty seven a mile down the road three thirty five in Brentwood for the same gas. And they're too many people that are that don't know this or don't care, but I can't I mean that's closing in on a dollar a gallon more. It's eighty cents a gallon for trying out Lynn. And so I'm not going to pay. I'm not gonna pay for news from the Washington Times or the Washington Post, and I'm not gonna pay eighty cents gallon more for my gas because I live in Brentwood for crying out. Let's stop hosing people for CHRI. Well, here's what they well. The rents. I know we got places that have been there since it was before it was even incorporated for crying out loud. They don't have rant. They own it. But they know what they th again, I'm a capitalist. They're doing with the market will bear. I got one of my boys. He works on the. He works on the other side of town in industrial area. He said you ought to come over here is twenty five cents again. Hey, Dr Phillip every week. But it's amazing how they charge that. So I'm wondering are they doing this in the grocery stores to where nobody's paying attention. We're we're they're jacking up the price of everything because nobody's paying attention Headley. Heath manning policy director, I w f independent women's forum how the Warren Cortez wealth taxes would undermine the booming economy, so Hadley heath manning, I say. We'll join us at thirty five after talk about that talking about Elizabeth Warren. Introducing the Alterra millionaire tax that would apply to households with fifty million or more in net worth. And of course, that's not gonna fly to most of us. I'm not worth fifty million. I'll go ahead and minute right now. For anybody. Who was thinking Philly you worth fifty million? I'm just not I'm really shy of it. And I hope to be there maybe by next year. But I'm just fallen short of the fifty mill if I was worth fifty million think it'd be sitting here talking to you. See that's the thing. I mean, you would think I would think you would do you think it'll be here. I'm mighty not here. You would you would pod goat? I that's right. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think he'd be here. King. People some way. Little people out. I'd be speaking to the little people. Can you give me another drink? That would be what I would be speaking to the people get a drink for the pod goat. If you would. The pod goats as and that's why I love people when I when you had the lawnmower. They were saying that I I had a six figure income. Do you think I'd be doing this for six? At by the station. And speaking of the pot goats we're about to hit like nine thousand listens. Let high school we've set up we Campbell. I started doing that. We set up a goal of. I said if we hit a thousand in the week, it'll be doing something, and we have eight thousand and we're getting ready to hit nine thousand. So appreciate all of you folks, who've some folks going, what is this thing? Pod goats. It's a podcast. I do my millennial son. He actually has a deeper voice than I do because some people are thinking, well, it's going to be like some twelve year old son. You're talking about I don't know Star Wars now. And there's anything wrong with Star Wars. We're going to get to that. But it's worth he he reads all sorts. I don't know where he gets all this stuff. But you can check it at a pod goats dot com. Gratuitous plug now we do enough of that. And get fifty million. You will never hear from me again. We'll be back with had limiting stay right? Where you information.

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"headley heath" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"A big welcome back. Good to have you today. This is Dr rich Rothman in. Well, I always co host with Neil over over these years. Neil traveling today. Good to have you here, though, we have a wonderful Schober continuing right now we have had heath manning is on the show policy director, independent women's voice. And we're going to be talking about something that dear to our heart. Neil, Dan mine, and that's the Veterans Administration and dealing anything that has to do with veterans Rivera very concerned. And we all know that we have many folks on the show who were trying to do better for all our veterans out there. Halley? Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me. So let's let's talk for a second about healthcare. I mean, the the veterans healthcare has attracted a lot of attention over the last few years under the Obama administration. We heard we heard horror stories of the folks trying to get their healthcare at the veteran's hospitals. And then you know, we heard that there was a very high suicide rate there was very difficult timing to get in. They were understaffed. It was very hard to get rid of the people that weren't doing good work at the VA. Where do we stand right now in in in this? What's the skinny on all of this in terms of some of the rules that are easing giving the veterans, you know, better opportunity to private care wooden one thing that would happen. Anyway. Expansion of a choice program that started in twenty fourteen. So you're right there were sort of scandalous news breaking several years ago started with the Phoenix VA. It was long waiting time than in some cases. Even secret. Wait lists where veteran patients at the VA warrant even put on official waiting list because the folks administrating those healthcare system didn't wanna look bad. They didn't want the numbers to look bad. So once this news story broke, you know, unfortunately, turned out to be the case that it wasn't isolated to one VA. But then a lot of the health systems across the country where we're struggling with sort of the weight of the bureaucracy. And I'm not here to bash the I know a lot of get good healthcare there. And I think studies have shown that the quality of health care and the VA system is just as high as anywhere else. It's just that the administrative side has become so overburdened. And in some cases, I really. Inet to add handling of the needs of veterans that in two thousand fourteen President Obama signed a law copy access choice and accountability act which created the choice program that allowed veterans under certain circumstances to go to private healthcare providers and have that cure paid for through the VA. It just opened up a lot of different choices for veterans. And that was I think a move in the right direction. And now the current administration on expanding those parameters allowing more veterans to go access private health healthcare. So I mean, it it begs the question, you know, if if in fact, the folks are in the Medicare program, those are in in Medicaid program, can basically go where they wanna go, especially doctors, go find a doctor who takes Medicare takes takes Medicaid in. And they can go wherever they want to go. I mean, you would think for the men and women who have served this country so nobly coming back and needing healthcare for, you know, a gamut of reasons whether it's mental health problems were. Physical problems or therapy problems that they need to get their lives back. We know why is it that they're restricted in yet? The, you know, the the pedestrians are the other country us who have not served some of us who haven't served or not able to do that. Can go anywhere. They want to go. We're not restricted. I mean, why why did that it's almost like a dualistic system? You know? I it it seems so unfair Hadley. Yeah. I mean, we have in the United States a lot of different, you know, healthcare system that work sort of on top of one another. So you're right. The VA is ironically, the most restrictive least free type of healthcare at least at the least amount of options because the actual VA facilities and the actual doctors and nurses to work enough facilities, basically belong to the government. The government employees the personnel and the government owns the building. And that's similar to we want wanna international comparison, like the national health service and the UK, and then we have Medicare and Medicaid where those are pretty much like single payer style healthcare system. So the government pays for the healthcare via the payroll tax that many people in Medicare have paid into a Medicaid as a safety net program for low income people. And so yes, they can go any to Elliott any willing provider and the government will pay for their healthcare, and that's really similar to for example, the healthcare system. Canada. And then meanwhile, other people who maybe have employer provided health insurance or they buy health insurance on their own. I'd say those people probably have the greatest amount of choice because those plans tend to be more widely accepted than even Medicare and Medicaid. And so I think it's really you're making good point that it's pretty upside down. That are most esteemed citizens are veteran people willing to lay down their lives for freedom are stuck in the most restrictive type of health care available in the United States. So I I'm excited to see the current administration gonna change that. No, no, we're we're excited to in, you know. But sometimes when you think about these very large bureaucratic environments in India, right? You touched upon the Canadian system, you touched upon the system the national health system in the UK in in when you look, and you do and there are many many studies that are out there. Neil, and all you have covered this dramatically, particularly with the passage of ObamaCare number of years ago in I have to tell you. I look at a single payer. Look at a universal system. I look at a very large bureaucracy government run system, the quality of the healthcare. Generally. Speaking is not as good, in fact, it in some cases, downright bad. It goes the waiting time. You know, we're used to right now if someone goes into the hospital and says, listen, you know, my my hips bothering you find you need you need to get another hip, and and they said, well, that's great in the UK. We understand you need another hip, but you can have it and it will be under. It'd be paid for under the system, but you're gonna wait four or five six months ago. Hip because they're only, you know, X number of thousands of people ahead of you. And we have to go through them because they got him to bake relying before you did in the same thing in a lot of Canadians come into the United States in have policies in the United States. They can get their healthcare. And in that worries me when I hear that. Because I think that that is a a potent of what could come in the future, if we get to a universal system, and we listen to some of the the new folks in congress right now, particularly those on the on the Democrats item a left you're saying, well, listen, you know, we're looking for a single payer. You know, Kamala Harris out of California, I want to get rid of all private healthcare. And I want to go to a universal single payer system. Run by the government. If in fact, what we learned from the VA may not be the best thing in the world is is this sort of like, the unintended consequences, something bad like that happens. Oh, absolutely. I mean, I share your concerns. I think what you're describing is implicit rationing. You know, a lot of people, especially who are advocating for greater government control of healthcare greater government funding of healthcare and those two things go hand in hand. We'll say that you know, they don't plan to do explicit rationing. They don't plan to do some other countries. Do they look at you? And they say, well, you're over a certain age or you don't make the data for what we think it cost effective. And so we're not going to provide the service that explicit rationing. But I think inherent in any healthcare system that is funded and run by a government when you have demand for the healthcare services that is greater than the supply of healthcare services available then you're going to see a shortage, and you're gonna see implicit rationing in longer wait times than more difficulty accessing healthcare, just as we wrap up in the last thirty seconds or so I'm getting the feeling right now that things have improved. In your basically saying that at the VA, so we're optimistic right now. But we're we're going for the VA don't you feel better about it? And then let's say a year ago or two years ago, we seem to be in the right direction. And the and the veterans are getting better care is that is that a fair statement. Yeah. I think they would be able to access more timely care, certainly. So some of the parameters that the current administration is changing is basically saying, hey under the new rules. If you can't get an appointment within twenty days or you can't drive thirty minutes to a primary care provider at your closest facility, then you can go get private care. And I think that that's good. That's sort of an escape bow for veterans, but they don't get trapped in a bad system. While listen, you know, we agree. I mean, the thing that worries me the most is when the government tells you, you know, if you give up your healthcare your decisions for healthcare your ability to get in in a timely fashion. You basically you give up your life. I mean, somebody else really controls your life. That's a very powerful tool. And that's what scares me an awful lot. You know, which reminds me of the great film, the exotic marigold hotel, the one that talks about the Brits that go over to India to well for lots of different reasons. One of which is a woman who needs a new hip, and if she can get the hip. Kway Jit can get it right away. She goes to India. But if she stays in in London, you gotta wait six months. So it appears that we we're going in the right direction. And and I'm just delighted that it's going to help the veterans because I think the veterans should get the best care in by the way, they should all have number one on their ticket. As you're waiting to get in line to go. See a doctor. I'm sure you agree with that. Yes, sir. Absolutely, absolutely Hadley. Listen Headley, heath manning policy director,.

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"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the big court rulings by a federal judge in two thousand eighteen only happened a few weeks ago when a federal judge in Texas ruled that the individual mandate that's part of the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional Headley heath manning is the director of policy for the independent women's forum. She talks about this ruling, and why caught some people off guard. But I wasn't surprised. I think a lot of people who follow this closely. We're actually not surprised, of course, it's that question now, whether the appellate court will agree with. Connors district level decision or whether the appellate court will side with the federal government against the states. But regardless this has sent some shockwaves through the circles of people who maybe weren't expecting this ruling doesn't change much about the law as it is today, but it certainly throws the future of the law into question. And as far as the timeline on when we can expect to hear more about this case. Manning says it's could drag on for months as it at work sway through the court system. People will remember that in two thousand and ten when the Affordable Care Act passed many states led by Florida at that time filed a lawsuit against the individual mandate. And that case was filed like the evening that the law was signed by President Obama, and it took until two thousand well before the supreme court decided the case. And of course, that's the ruling everyone remembers where Justice Roberts. Sided with the majority and said that this was a proper use of Congress's taxing power for USA radio news. I'm timberg. Repaid less craft Matic today than we did twenty.

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ObamaCare: What the latest ruling means to you

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00:55 sec | 2 years ago

ObamaCare: What the latest ruling means to you

"The latest ruling on ObamaCare has many folks wondering what's next after a federal judge in Texas rules, it's unconstitutional more. Now from USA radio's Timberg immediate changes to health insurance coverage aren't likely even after a federal judge in Texas rule that ObamaCare is unconstitutional as far as when we can expect to hear something more about this case Headley heath manning is the director of policy with the independent women's forum could drag on for months as it works its way through the court system. People will remember that in two thousand and ten when the Affordable Care Act passed many states led by Florida at that time filed a lawsuit against the individual mandate. And that case was filed the evening that the law. Was signed by President Obama, and it took until two thousand well before the supreme court decided the case. And of course, the rolling everyone remembers where Justice Roberts sided with the majority and said that this was a proper use of Congress's taxing

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"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Newsmax TV reaching over fifty million homes, but my favorite role is speaker extraordinaire, I was opening speaker in many Donald Trump for president events, I speak at Republican conservative ecology appeal, and I'm available to be the star your next event. Contact me to arrange for a Wayne root keynote speech call toll free eight four four four route that's eight eight eight four four four are OT or Email route at gmaiLcom a US district court. Judge in Texas is agreeing with Republican state attorney generals that believe ObamaCare is unconstitutional Headley heath manning is the director of policy for the independent women's forum. She talks about this ruling and white caught some people off guard. But I wasn't surprised. I think a lot of people who follow this stuff closely. We're actually not surprised Jack O'Connor would issue a ruling like this. Of course. It's sad question. Now, whether the appellate court will agree with judge O'Connor's district level decision or whether the appellate. Court will side with the federal government against the states. But regardless. Sent some shockwaves through the circles of people who maybe weren't expecting this ruling doesn't change much about the law as it is today. But it certainly throws the future of the law into question. And as far as the timeline on when we can expect to hear more about this case. Manning says it's could drag on for months as it works its way through the court system. People will remember that in two thousand and ten when the Affordable Care Act passed many states led by Florida at that time filed a lawsuit against the individual mandate. And that case was filed like the evening that the law was signed by President Obama, and it took until two thousand twelve before the supreme court decided the case. And of course, that's the the ruling everyone remembers where Justice Roberts sided with the majority and said that this was a proper use of Congress's taxing power for USA radio news. Time changes everything for me becoming a single father of two young kids. It changed. My ability to use my time share the frustration of not being able to use. It was compounded by annual maintenance fees. That nearly tripled over a three year period. I was desperate to get out after searching online for sell my timeshare or get out of my time share. It just looked like one scam after another I needed a real permanent and legitimate way to get out of this for good. I'm Brandon read the founder of timeshare exit team. We will get you out of the timeshare you can't use or can't afford anymore..

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"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Judge in Texas is agreeing with Republican state attorney generals that believe ObamaCare is unconstitutional Headley heath manning is the director of policy for the independent women's forum. She talks about this ruling, and why it caught some people off guard. But I wasn't surprised. I think a lot of people who follow this stuff closely. We're actually not surprised that judge O'Connor would issue. A ruling like this. Of course, it's a question now, whether the appellate court will agree with judge O'Connor's district level decision or whether the appellate. Court will side with the federal government against the states. But regardless this sent some shockwaves through the circles of people who maybe weren't expecting this ruling doesn't change much about the law as it is today, but it certainly throws the future of the law into question. And as far as the timeline on when we can expect to hear more about this case. Manning says it could drag on for months as it works its way through the court system. People will remember that in two thousand and ten when the Affordable Care Act passed many states led by Florida at that time filed a lawsuit against the individual mandate. And that case was filed like the evening that the law was signed by President Obama, and it took until two thousand well before the supreme court decided the case. And of course, that's the ruling everyone remembers where Justice Roberts sided with the majority and said that this was a proper use of Congress's taxing power for USA radio news. I'm timberg. It may have been a messy divorce that suddenly cut your income in half. But not your bills. It might have been an injury or illness or your boss, just cutting back your hours. It doesn't really matter. How you got in over your head?.

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GOP says Dems are pushing 'false narrative' on pre-existing conditions

Business Beware

01:27 min | 2 years ago

GOP says Dems are pushing 'false narrative' on pre-existing conditions

"Issues in the two thousand eighteen midterm election is healthcare coverage of pre existing conditions in pretty much. Every state Democrats are running ads that say Republicans voted against covering pre-existing conditions. But is at the real story. I had a chance to chat with Headley heath manning. She's the director of policy for the independent women's forum. And the first question, I asked her was if these ads are being truthful, well, it's not and that's one of the biggest misperceptions about the repeal and replace efforts in two thousand seventeen you know, the GOP made a lot of efforts to try to include those protections for people with existing conditions. Namely, the Affordable Care Act made it impossible for insurance companies to deny coverage charge. Higher premiums on the basis of pre existing conditions at a lot of those protections were going to remain in the loss of the GOP was actually being pretty soft in terms of their actual repeal of that portion. And if you look at the polling seven in ten Americans think it's very important to keep those protections. So I think the political pressures in remain on the GOP, I keep those protections in place. But I hope that the GOP will revisit the issue and really lead on it rather than simply embracing the framework that the ACA would would leave him place. There are better ways to protect people with pre-existing conditions in number of people with preexisting conditions. That actually face barriers to coverage was a lot smaller than you know, what the Obama administration had been saying. So there's there's simply a better solution to this for USA

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"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Fifty one forty one one of the big issues in the two thousand eighteen midterm election is healthcare coverage of pre existing conditions in pretty much. Every state Democrats are running ads that say Republicans voted against covering pre-existing conditions. But is at the real story. I had a chance to chat with Headley heath manning. She's a director of policy for the independent women's forum. And the first question I asked her was if these ads are being truthful, well, it's not and that's one of the biggest misperceptions about the repeal and replace efforts in two thousand seventeen the GOP made a lot of efforts to try to include those protections for people with preexisting conditions. Namely, the Affordable Care Act made it impossible for insurance companies to deny coverage charge higher. Premiums on the basis of pre existing conditions at a lot of those protections were going to remain in the loss of the GOP was actually being pretty SAS in terms of their actual repeal of of that portion. And if you look at the polling seven in ten Americans think it's very important to keep those protections. So I I think the political pressures gonna remain on the GOP to keep those protections in place. But I hope that the GOP will revisit the issue and really lead on it rather than simply embracing the framework that the ACA would leave him place. There are better ways to protect people with existing conditions in number of people with preexisting conditions. That actually face barriers to coverage was a lot smaller than you know, what the Obama administration had been saying. So there's there's simply a better solution to this for USA radio news. I'm timberg. Attention investors respected names in the financial services industry are not evaluating if there will be a significant market downturn. But when higher interest rates and prospects of a trade war suggests the stock market is headed into a perilous direction subprime mortgages, which are back could potentially devastate the real estate market as they did before. And with stocks is simply overdue for a fall after the second longest bull run in history. Even bullish analysts to recognizing these indicators that equities are in big trouble and have projected stock market losses up to forty percents..

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But what would this plan mean for you and your family I had a chance to sit down with Headley heath manning, she is a policy director at the independent women's arm. And I asked her what a Medicare for all type program or plan would do to your healthcare. I think we have to be very careful who might ultimately be the victim here. It sounds like a good idea to give everybody basically the same insurance coverage by we've got programs in place today. That are specifically designed for certain populations. She points out that Medicaid, which is I in for people with low incomes and Medicare for senior citizens a woman in Mexico who had her bellybutton and removed to get back into restraints fouling now regrets or operation. The twenty three year olds family didn't approve of her massive tattoos split tongue piercings. So she impulsively had the belly button removed and said it to her boyfriend she became infected now three years later. She says she was too impulsive sound of the closing Bill on the new York Stock Exchange without Jones industrial average fell two hundred ninety six points or one point two percent. The twenty four thousand six hundred eighty eight it was down as much as five thirty nine earlier, the S and P five hundred lost forty six points. The NASDAQ dropped one hundred fifty one points or two point one percent to seven thousand one hundred sixty seven for USA radio news. I'm Rick, Vincent. Attention investors respected names in the financial services industry are not valuating if there will be a significant market downturn. But when higher interest rates and prospects of a trade war suggest the stock market is headed into a perilous direction subprime mortgages, which are back could potentially devastate the real estate market as they did before. And with stocks simply overdue for a fall after the second longest bull run in history. Even bullish analysts to recognizing these indicators that equities are in big trouble and have projected stock market losses up to forty percents..

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Biz Talk Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But what would this plan mean for you and your family I had a chance to sit down and chat with Headley heath manning. She is a policy director at the independent women's forum. And I asked her what a Medicare for all type program or plan would do to your healthcare. I think we have to be very careful who might ultimately be the victim here. It sounds like a good idea to give everybody basically the same insurance coverage by we've got programs in place today that are specifically designed for for certain populations, the Medicaid is for people with low incomes Medicare was designed for senior citizens, and, you know, expanding those programs as we've seen, you know, Medicaid was expanded tremendously under the ACA whenever we expand one of these government programs able bodied people to more people than were originally intended to benefit from the program, then that vulnerable population, you know, low income people sick people elderly people, they're the first people to suffer because you're taking a program that was. Really designed to protect them. You're expanding it to people who otherwise would do just fine in a marketplace, you know, buying private insurance for themselves. I think we have to be careful not to victimize the populations that we, you know, for a long time have tried to protect for USA radio news. I'm timberg. I live alone and rarely have visitors. So when I slipped and fell in the kitchen last month and couldn't get to a phone. I knew I was in trouble. I could barely move. I tried calling for help. But no one could hear me as I lay there. I couldn't help. But think of my kids and grandkids having to go on without me. I was terrified it took eight hours from my neighbor to find me it could have been the end of me..

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Biz Talk Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Now, the Democrats have been coming out and backing a Medicare for all approach for the nation's health care. So if the Democrats were to take back the house and Senate, what would that mean for that lame duck session while I had a chance to sit down and chat with Headley heath manning, she's a senior policy analyst with the independent women's forum. And I asked her what we could expect. If the Democrats do end up taking over the house and Senate, and we have the lame duck session coming up Senator Mitch McConnell who. Who is the majority leader in the Senate said recently that he was willing to revisit the issue. I think he wants to be sure that they have the votes in place. I know he doesn't like that. The GOP came up short by a few votes in two thousand seventeen with their repeal and replace efforts. So lack comes down to exactly who's in the seats. Right. But there is a willingness there on behalf of leadership, at least as McConnell recently expressed. And my hope would be that they follow sort of the framework that they're they're looking at now, which is to give the regulatory control over health insurance back to the fifty states. That's who controlled regulation of health insurance before the ACA. They've got a better understanding of the markets in their local areas, and then the federal government can ship out a lot of funding to the states with some strings attached, basically requiring states, you know, you've gotta protect all the people who have, you know, very costly health conditions, otherwise you don't get this money. I think that's a good accountability measure for states. And I think they're better equipped to execute for USA radio news. I'm timberg. Attention investors respected names in the financial services industry are not evaluating if there will be a significant market downturn. But when higher interest rates and prospects of trade war suggests the stock market is headed into a perilous direction subprime mortgages, which are back could potentially devastate the real estate market as they did before. And with stocks is simply overdue for a fall after the second longest bull run in history. Even bullish analysts to recognizing these indicators that equities are in big trouble and have projected stock market losses up to forty percents..

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"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Now, the Democrats have been coming out and backing a Medicare for all approach for the nation's health care. So if the Democrats were to take back the house and Senate, what would that mean for that lame duck session while I had a chance to sit down and chat with Headley heath manning, she's a senior policy analyst with the independent women's forum. And I asked her what we could expect. If the Democrats do end up taking over the house and Senate, and we have the lame duck session coming up Senator Mitch McConnell who. Who is the majority leader in the Senate said recently that he was willing to revisit the issue. I think he wants to be sure that they have the votes in place. I know he doesn't like that. The GOP came up short by a few votes in two thousand seventeen with their appeal and replace efforts. So lack comes down to exactly who's in the seats. Right. But there is a willingness there on behalf of leadership, at least as McConnell recently expressed. And my hope would be that they follow sort of the framework that they're they're looking at now, which is to give the regulatory control over health insurance back to the fifty states. That's who controlled regulation of health insurance before the ACA. They've got a better understanding of the markets in their local areas, and then the federal government can ship out a lot of funding to the states with some strings attached, basically requiring states, you know, you've got to protect all the people who have, you know, very costly health conditions, otherwise you don't get this money. I think that's a good accountability measure for states. And I think they're better equipped to execute for USA radio news. I'm Timberg time changes everything for me becoming a single father of two young kids. It changed. My ability to use my time share the frustration of not being able to use. It was compounded by annual maintenance fees. That nearly tripled over a three year period. I was desperate to get out after searching online for cell Mike timeshare or get out of my time share. It just looked like one scam after another I needed a real permanent and legitimate way to get out of this for good. I'm Brandon read the founder of timeshare exit team. We will get you out of the timeshare you can't use or can't afford anymore..

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"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Twenty five one of the big issues in the two thousand eighteen midterm elections is pre existing conditions in pretty much. Every state Democrats are running ads that say Republicans voted against covering pre-existing conditions. But is at the real story. I had a chance to chat with Headley heath manning. She's the director of policy for the independent women's forum. And the first question, I asked her was if these ads are being truthful, well, it's not and that's one of the biggest misperceptions about the repeal and replace efforts in two thousand seventeen the GOP. Made a lot of efforts to try to include those protections for people with existing conditions. Namely, the Affordable Care Act made it impossible for insurance companies to deny coverage or charge higher premiums on the basis of pre existing conditions. And a lot of those protections were to remain in the loss of the GOP was actually being pretty soft in terms of their actual repeal of of that worship. And if you look at the polling seven in ten Americans think it's very important to keep those protections. So I I think the political pressures gonna remain on the GOP to keep those protections in place. But I hope that the GOP will revisit the issue and really lead on it rather than simply embracing the framework that the ACA would would leave him place. There are better ways to protect people with existing conditions in number of people with preexisting conditions. That actually face barriers to coverage was a lot smaller than you know, what the Obama administration had been saying. So there's there's simply a better solution to this for USA radio news. I'm timberg. Attention investors respected names in the financial services. Industry are not a value waiting if there will be a significant market downturn. But when higher interest rates and prospects of a trade war suggests the stock market is headed into a perilous direction subprime mortgages, which are back could potentially devastate the real estate market as they did before. And with stocks is simply overdue for a fall after the second longest bull running history. Even bullish analysts to recognizing these indicators that equities are in big trouble and have projected stock market losses up to forty percents..

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"headley heath" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That is a disaster Medicare Of, course Bernie Sanders, says you, know Democrats have two. Issues it seems that they're running. On one of them isn't an. Issue it's just we hate Donald. Trump the other thing is an. Issue they think they've got. You they can't run on. Unemployment they can't run on. Wages they can't run on the. Economy they can't run a national. Security they can't run on law and. Order they Cameron in any of those. Things one thing they think they've got is health insurance is too. Expensive health costs are too. Expensive healthcare is too. Expensive prescription drugs are too. Expensive and so obviously the solution is to give everyone, Medicare which means the government will be the number one customer of insurance because that'll drive costs. Down, well maybe they have a. Point maybe things are too, expensive but is making government come in and be the number one single payer really on all of these things is that the solution Headley heath manning has a very important article about this. Issue she is the policy director at the independent women's, forum and she joins us now. Heavily thanks for joining us Well they do have a point I mean health insurance the first of all I would say that health insurance is out of control expensive right now because. We're still recovering from what ObamaCare did to the health, insurance industry but but what else. Is at play here Well there have been some problems that have, been going on for decades even before the, Care Act but I try to compare the road map you know if you're going somewhere you need to decide which direction attorney I think we're at a critical proper as in the United States. When it comes to healthcare I need to look at where you are. And we are not a beacon of free enterprise when it comes to healthcare..

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"headley heath" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:21 min | 3 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Every American have health care at a time when we spend twice as much per capita in healthcare is any other country have the highest prices prescription drugs at thirty million people That is a disaster Of course we need to Medicare Of, course says, he's under says that. You know Democrats have two issues. It seems that they're running on. One of them is an issue. It's just we hate Donald Trump. The other thing is an. Issue they think they've got. You they can't run on. Unemployment they can't run on wages. They can't run on the economy. They can't run a national security they. Can't run on law and order they can't. Run on any of those things one thing they think they've got. Is health insurance is too. Expensive health costs are. Too expensive healthcare is too. Expensive prescription drugs are too expensive and so obviously the, solution is to give everyone Medicare which means the government will be the number one customer of insurance. Because, that will drive costs down. Well maybe they have a, point maybe things are too expensive but is making government come in and be the number one single payer really on all of these things is that the solution Hadley heath manning has a. Very important article about this issue she is the policy director at the independent women's forum and she joins us. Now Headley, thanks for joining us Of course my pleasure well they do have a point I mean health insurance the first of all I would say that health insurance is out of control expensive right now. Because we're still recovering from what ObamaCare did to the, health insurance industry but what else is it play here Well there have, been some problems that have been going on, for decades even before the Affordable Care Act but I to compared to road map you know if you're going somewhere need to decide which direction attorney I think we're at a critical crossroads in. The United States when it comes to healthcare I need to look at, where you are and we are not a beacon of free enterprise when it comes. To healthcare in the United States too many people with private health insurance don't actually choose what type, of insurance they to buy they simply accept what their employer offering as an on the job benefits and then we don't really choose are. Providers simply usually go with what's in network and even, those choices have been reducing as we've seen tremendous amounts. Of consolidation in the healthcare system whether it's ensures that, have merged. Or, providers and hospital systems that. Continue to, gobble up. The small family practices, that we used to see so I love that you're focusing on free market solutions but it seems to me there's two different markets here there's. The market for health insurance and then There's the actual direct market for health care In. Other words you know. We don't buy healthcare we buy health insurance what if we were actually, paying for a lot. Of the, medical services I use the analogy you know we get car insurance, in case we get into a horrible accident but car insurance doesn't pay for our oil changes. Or our new, tires or a brake pads what if we That's right and the markets for health insurance and health care obviously very strongly linked because. The more expensive healthcare services, that in the more expensive the premiums because premiums have to. Cover the cost of claims at least. That's the idea but you're right we've moved away. From a model where health and act like insurance and instead it's more. Like a membership where you pay. Ahead and then the third party pays for all of your bell later and I think you. Know people, have a point when you are in. An emergency situation you're on your way to the ER you're not going. To be a very smart shopper you're not going to be, making a, lot of value in that moment but health insurance is really. Four there's so, many other, aspects of health care. That we do with. The ability to think ahead compare prices consider the value of what we're, consuming people can be. Very savvy, consumers here if they have the right information and that's another problem, with our current system that makes it you know far cry from a competitive marketplace in a. Really true competitive Market consumers have the information that they need about prices and we don't have anything like that in healthcare so how do we move what what kind of very real reforms. Can we put in place, here to get. The government out of this business to to move more toward a. Free market approach for health insurance and for healthcare because the second you start to do whatever you suggest Headley we're going to. Be accused of throwing people, out of hospitals out of doctors offices and letting them die. In the streets well you're right I. You know I think that the policy reforms are. Pretty clear and people even across the spectrum economists who could agree on. This stuff but they're not politically. Popular reforms for example the way that are helping friends at least private health and I it's. So strongly, tied to these large group plans that. Employers purchase on behalf of their workers you know that's a nice idea. Everybody I cultural in the United States expects that are employers, will provide, some type of health insurance for us but it's a total Distortion on the marketplace because it limits the, number of people who are actually interested and comparing and shopping for health insurance plans the way that we buy other types of insurance do I buy car insurance. Because I compare the different premiums? I'll pay from several different companies but when I get health insurance I wanna know you know what's my husband's employer going to offer us and basically I'm choosing between a very limited scope of? Plan so we can move away from an employer Centric model for health insurance that would be a big step in the right direction so what's funny to me is you know eight. Years, ago Democrats. Who, were pushing, for single payer healthcare maybe it was more than eight years ago maybe it was about fifteen years ago for single payer, healthcare government solution they're saying look. At the, VA we're already doing socialized medicine in the fantastic and. Then people, actually figured out what the VA was doing and they're they're not using that argument anymore Hadley. But they, are saying that Medicare. Is fantastic and if we just gave Medicare to every once it's already working then everyone will be covered what's, wrong with that argument Well the the, debate keeps shifting, you know we used to talk about those. Life medicine and single payer and then they. Say well we don't want to single provider system like the VA or. What they, have in the UK. And Great Britain we want a single payer system like they have in Canada where we maintain private hospitals and private, providers but the government simply pays for. Everything for everybody well the bottom line problem. With that is as we know and other parts of life whoever, is paying for the thing is the party in control The party. Making the decisions, and I would just be really careful before we moved tomato where the, government was in control of what healthcare services were available to consumers under what circumstances, the beauty of a marketplace is that if you. Don't like what one guy is offering you. You can go across the street competition and single payer is. Just another word for monopoly sounds a lot like monopoly. But it means one buyer instead of one seller people who generally like big. Government, don't like monopolies in the. Private market, why would they like this one the government for some reason, all logic goes out, the, window when you're talking about health insurance healthcare because you know if if you oppose anything that the left wants. To do here Hadley you want children and old people to die that's just that's the terms of the, argument I appreciate you lending some insight and intellectualism. To, the discussion Headley heath manning policy director, at the independent women's forum she's good one, in this article is very good share it because it answers Lot of the questions why are we in the place where. We are right now with health, insurance a. Lot of is, ObamaCare Lada that is because it's not truly a free market not the, free market.

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"headley heath" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"headley heath" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"A for anchor ten dollars and boasted eric in weapon are capable of tang i'm kinda nominal price for their birth control mostly american women aren't bearing the cost on their own either remember our households air clean made up of men and women and a lot of families barrett to fix it gather arm it again they're not a very high cost here looking both basic or him and i understand that a lot of brick and call i'm not or contraception by the help regulate their hormones are to have a different kind of healthcare anita health condition that it benefit from taking act after getting our progress uh pipe bomb drag every month and i understand author of act um medical don't react wealthier the most basic held at on the market they they need a different kind of drag on women burke with yet scott me arm family event for i'm it get an entered yegor and divide those of course are gonna come after a lot more money through there there for immersed and and or women and that really apathy exwife that they make the wicket by from air got eric rather than f and why hey good insurance coverage a half we're speaking with headley heath manning i've only got about a minute left halle by did want to ask you is planned parenthood a good resource for contraception and women's health care you know i understand that they do defence a lot of contraceptive part of what eighth year the organization that about five hundred million dollars every year from the federal government on equity if they get a lot of money through the medicaid program reimbursing them or defence thing on contraception they aren't the only type of clinic that best health department and a lot of other federally operated fat lowcost by nick can provide as as to act types of contraception to women we have what called title pan which are at federally sponsored program that provides birth control act no cost to women who truly fay um you know i'm kinda financial um inability to pay for their own birth control so if we were to make came to get f a s mandate a five five health insurance.

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