22 Burst results for "Health Reform"

Why Would the Creator of Graham Crackers Be Horrified by Them Today?

BrainStuff

02:26 min | 7 months ago

Why Would the Creator of Graham Crackers Be Horrified by Them Today?

"Harebrained steph. Lauren vogel bomb. Let's face it. One of the best things about making a campfire is making s'mores. The quintessentially american treat consisting of a toasted gooey marshmallow and a square of melted chocolate pressed between two crisp graham crackers. But have you ever wondered where graham crackers came from or where they got their name. The original graham cracker was a health food developed in the eighteen thirties. From the teachings of an american food reformer and religious teacher named sylvester. Graham who by all accounts would be appalled by what's called a graham cracker today which is typically made with refined flour high fructose corn syrup ended up dab of honey for marketing purposes instead graham's original cracker called for just wheat and gram flour a form of whole wheat flour made by grinding the endo sperm winter wheat into a fine powder and mixing it with the brand and wheat jerem it has of course texture and nutty flavor the resulting cracker contained no sugar fat and often had to be softened by soaking or boiling before eating. We spoke with new york-based food historian. Sarah weisberg johnson. She said it's funny. That of all the things that he talks about with his health reform. That's the one thing that gets widely adopted and has his name. Graham flour gets adopted by people who may not even be aware of him even towards the end of the nineteenth century and persists into some of the twentieth century. You hear about graham gems and gram bread. Cookbooks up to the nineteen forties and fifties graham. Who was not a doctor. Although he sometimes went by dr graham was horrified by the over processing and enriching of wheat flour and believed that the loss of fiber and other nutrients and white flour ruined consumer health in eighteen. Thirty seven graham published a pamphlet entitled a treatise on bread and bread making in the intro. He wrote thousands in civic. Life will for years and perhaps as long as they live. Eat the most miserable trash. The kim be imagined in the form of bread. He was basically advocating for whole-wheat homemade bread and was thus hailed by the philosopher. Poet ralph waldo emerson. As the profit of brand bread. Graham was a proponent and follower of vegetarianism founding. The american vegetarian society eighteen fifty.

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Should we support the individual mandate?

Medicare for All

06:38 min | 9 months ago

Should we support the individual mandate?

"Today we're going to be talking about the individual mandate, which is a very wonky policy term for the the requirement that you buy health care, which was included in the Affordable Care Act Now to me like the individual mandate is one of the most bizarre and like fascinating Windows onto American politics, which one that will explain like the strangeness and bizarreness of it. But it's also like timely because of two big things like there's basically two major events happening in politics right now, right? There's Supreme Court nomination the Supreme Court could potentially be tipped way to the right and then we have this you may have heard. We have an election coming up like news news alert. There's an election coming up and the many ties into both of these things. Cuz a lot of people are wondering will this new conservative Court overturn the Affordable Care Act and it turns out the individual mandate is like at the center of that legal wage. And then there's also the issue of what happens if Democrats retake Congress and the presidency, what are they going to do? Because essentially the Mandate was eliminated off or they pulled the teeth out of it a couple of years ago when they're still Republican Congress and you know are Democrats going to reinstate it. What's going to happen either a good or a bad thing. Let's get into it. That's what I introduce Our Guest sure. So we're welcoming to the podcast today. You can camp our old friend Egan who is the health care policy Advocate at public citizen. Happy Halloween again. Hey, thanks so much for having you guys. Can we get you a better like sexier tighter than helpful? Yeah, maybe Health Care policy Champion something like an upgrade. We're going to work on that. Yeah, exactly. So my first question on this episode about the individual mandate is what the hell is a name. No, mandate and specifically how is it different from a text? Yeah. So an individual mandate at its most basic is the idea that you have to have health insurance. And if you don't have health insurance, there's some sort of penalty and so it's it's different from attacks in that. It's it's what you would end up paying if you didn't actually get health insurance. So if you have a health insurance, you know your page whatever your health insurance is, but if you don't have any health insurance, then it's whatever the taxes which is generally going to be less than the cost of your health insurance. But it means you're also not getting anything and you don't actually have health insurance coverage off. Yeah Best of Both Worlds really is being uninsured and then being fine on top of it. So a lot of people who have been, you know, following this at all, the Affordable Care Act may know that at this moment back in general the Republican party is opposed to the individual mandate considers it this tax this requirement to buy insurance is like an infringement on our personal Liberties and in general the Democratic party has wage. In favor of it saying it's you know, what makes the Affordable Care Act work. It's personal responsibility out of data, but it was not always so is the can you give us a little wage of like where did this idea come from? How long has it been kicking around for? Yeah. So an individual mandate is is sort of a conservative way of getting people health care. I mean as you know, we're on the way better care for all health care. Now, that's a much more sort of progressive guarantees access to health care for folks. Whereas just an individual mandate really the idea. There is that you want people to have health insurance and insurers are scared that if folks wait until they're sick and then just buy coverage. That means that they're only going to get the insurers are only going to make money while people are sick, which means they're actually going to have to pay out more and so they want them to be paying all those premiums ahead of time so that they're making their their their profits as they go we would hate for insurers not to make enough profit off. Yeah. Yeah, I mean that's it's something that appeals has appealed to Republicans and Democrats over the years and the health insurance industry gives pretty pretty heavy handily to them both. And so it's not it's not surprising that both parties at different times would would be in favor of it. Yeah, so we're from Massachusetts Ground Zero for ObamaCare actually, as you may know the first real life iteration of Obamacare was of course the Massachusetts Health reform, which was passed on a sort of a bipartisan basis under a republican Governor Mitt Romney who pioneered the idea under what is sort of a Democratic Leadership. If you're familiar with Massachusetts state politics, you know that it's just Democrat has used lightly hear President Bush, of course also expressed really strong support for the idea of a mandate a coupled with the marketplace. So if you think about the ACA as being the three legs two of those legs and Marketplace for health care, and then the idea of the Mandate are like major conservative ideas right there and then you know Obama, you know running for the Democratic primary to be John Edwards and Hillary Clinton. He probably thought he needed to be at least a little bit to the left of the Republican Governor, you know, Romney's Health Care policy although both Clinton and Edwards. Endorse the individual mandate in the primary. So they're apparently cool with running on the Republican policy. I guess the question is how did the Democratic solution you know, we have two of the three major candidates in the 2008 primary running on a republican Health reform. Like how did that Democratic solution become like a personal responsibility? Yeah. It's a great question and it's one that sort of speaks to some of the challenges that I think we're going to face under a potential Biden Administration the idea that if you ought to have sort of a National Health Care system that medicare-for-all that's much easier for folks to sort of get their heads around but if you have right now our system is sort of based on various fragments. There's your basic Private health care. There's Medicare for seniors. There's Medicaid for low-income folks. And so this it felt it seemed like Democrats were less afraid of sort of tinkering with it. System trying to make some way of expanding coverage. They were more afraid of sort of taking on, you know insurers and hospitals directly. And so they figured the the easiest way out was to sort of take personal responsibility option try to attack on a new private insurance system and hope that it ended up covering people as we saw there were some coverage games but the gaps in the system that made way too many people still falling through

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Canadas Single Payer Prevails Against Privatization Attempt

Medicare for All

05:04 min | 11 months ago

Canadas Single Payer Prevails Against Privatization Attempt

"I, Benjamin. Day. And I'm Stephanie Nakajima. And this is Medicare for all. The podcast for everybody needs healthcare. Today. We have Dr Monica debt who is on the board of Canadian. Doctors for Medicare and Public Health and family physician. Nova Scotia, we're thrilled to have her on today to talk about historic legal challenge to the Medicare program that was just heard by the Supreme Court of British Columbia and spoiler the victory delivered by the court to the country single payer system. I cannot wait to hear about this welcome Dr Dot and I'm just curious before we get into the topic. I mean. You're a family physician, but how did you get involved with? Felt the need to get involved with? Health reform. Protecting the Canadian universal healthcare system, but also trying to expand it and improve upon it. Here Hi. Thanks for having me on your podcast I'm really excited to be here. I've been a family physician about ten years. Now, I've worked in a range of settings from big cities to to mainly though northern. Towns across Canada and I've always been in settings where I've very much appreciated. The fact that my patients have access to healthcare wherever we are whether it's a small town or a big city. You know there's there's variations of cross across the country, but fundamentally, all of my patients do not need to worry about. Physician and hospital care. They do not need to pay when they come see knee or when they get to the hospital they know they can count on that care and that's always been really important to me. I also work in public health in very much care about health policies that. Benefit the health of a community of population and absolutely access to to healthcare is a fundamental determinant of Health I. Think it's something that I wanted to support in a in a everywhere I can in one of those ways has been through involvement with Canadian Doctors for Medicare for about the last ten years. and GM or Canadian for Medicare A as a nonprofit organization we've existed just over ten years and our. Fundamental goal is to maintain an improve our single payer publicly funded healthcare system in. Canada. So we want to maintain that single payer but at the same time know that there's there's always things we can do to make it better, but we can do that with a single payer system. So that it might be a bit confusing for our listeners. To hear that the Canadian single payer healthcare system is also called Medicare since we have a program called Medicare that only. Available for seniors sixty, five and older Whereas Canadian Medicare is of course. Accessible to everybody from to cradle-to-grave. So can you just talk a little bit about how Canadian Medicare works are there are there physician networks? Can you ever lose your coverage? Are you allowed to just out of the system or pay to jump the queue? So we do color our health care system Medicare in Canada at the same time when it actually is it's a series of we have provinces and territories, and so there are thirteen provincial and territorial health insurance programs across the country. So every province and territory is responsible for delivering care. Under the umbrella of what's called the Canada Health Act, which outlines the core principles of of Medicare and Canada and one imposes is universality but really it's a a series of health insurance plans that everyone is covered for primarily for physician and hospital services. So for example, where I work I see patients I build my provincial health insurance program I get paid in that way I cannot bill a private insurance program for for my services. Because it is publicly funded. I'm not allowed to then go in and bill a private insurance program. So for the pieces that are covered publicly through universal system, you cannot buy insurance to go see a physician or go to a hospital privately you need to access it through the public system just as as everyone else does we do have some of our care about thirty percent that is privately paid for either through supplemental insurance or through. Private payment, and that covers pieces like dental care some medications, physiotherapy other allied health professionals, and to be honest it's a gap in that we don't cover some of those pieces, but the vast majority of of care is covered under our public system.

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"health reform" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"health reform" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"I think I said this and other podcasts here but we feel like we need a level of leadership that none of the key players right now are ready to provide and that may be if this had been happening. Five months ago we would have been looking for something different but we have what we have and like folks have got to step up or members of Congress have got step up or somebody has got to step up because we need more than we're getting right now. Yeah I mean it's it's very disappointing. I was thinking about the prizes specifically winners Regan Article About Abbott. Labs has this new rapid test that is supposedly going to start coming out this week or next week. And people are very excited about it and they think they can run fifty thousand today or something as others discussion about like will wear. Should the testing machines? Go right and I'm not technical enough to like quite right this plan. But it's like you should take a garbage truck full of hundred dollar bills and like park it at Abbott laboratories and then make them cough up like all the blueprints and things so that anybody can make one of these machines right and we can do it and it's not like it's not like Ooh like we can't let them profit great. It's like we can't let the means by which they prophet be. There is limited supply of this very important technology. Like you have to just just pay them and then like let everybody go do it. Because we're going to have all these unemployed people And then all these people sitting around being like where's the tests and it's like we will be building to make the tests all kinds of stuff like this pens are fine like some of the time. But historically that is not how countries have incentivized like mission critical technological developments but the United States has like backed itself into this incredible patent mania and like Bernie has been on this case historically in some ways. But like I would be good to see him talk about it and like put forward specific legislation maybe narrow legislation related to corona virus. Where you might get you know like a broader coalition of people interested something like that. Yeah I mean it's you know. These are dramatic times and they could use a little more creativity so everybody everybody stay creative at home Thanks thanks. Thanks as always to our producer. Jeffrey and we will be back on Tuesday..

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SF Moves Toward Mental Health Reform

The Takeaway

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

SF Moves Toward Mental Health Reform

"In San Francisco voters could face to competing ballot measures in March indeed addressing the city's mental health crisis a group of supervisors yesterday formally submitted to make called mental health SF it would provide services substance abuse treatment and psychiatric medications to all adults in need who are homeless uninsured or enrolled in Medicare out supervisor Hillary running when you are diagnosed with cancer or with the tumor they don't tell you to wait two months and we'll see when we can get you in and and you can just languish on the street in the meantime well why are we telling that to people who have an illness of the mind Maher London breed is backing a separate ballot measure dubbed urgent care S. F. that focuses on providing mental health services only to homeless people backers of each major say they would prefer to pass compromise legislation if agreement can be reached

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Sen. Joe Manchin: "It's not gun control, it's gun sense"

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

01:45 min | 3 years ago

Sen. Joe Manchin: "It's not gun control, it's gun sense"

"Can you do joe can deter them some of the things you acted on how can you weighed what amy and what have we had the meant and here with us is democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia thanks so much for being here so that hasn't j that was first of all it would adding diane feinstein's a ban on some semiautomatic weapons would that help your bill would help our all it would kill yeah and i've told diane and i'm not taking anybody's guns away from them we can't even get background checks that makes gun sense there's not a lawabiding gun owner in america doesn't believe that if you go to a gun show and if you go on the internet you need to know through a commercial transaction who the person has and what they're intent what they're back wrath that's all we didn't take we protect at all the rights of lawabiding gun owners so our bill is basically crafted the basically accepts a lawabiding gun on her doing the things that we've done in our culture but also making sure that the bad person or the terrorists that advertise on on on the internet said go down to the gun show and get whatever you want that needs to be closed that should be the the base bill that we work and we we cover this extensively into it as a thirteen when you went senator toomey introduced at the nra lobbying heavily against it in in your view misrepresenting sometimes it wasn't the bill president trump on wednesday night was him you just heard i'm right there at the next day he met with three of the top leaders of the nra one of them chris cox ahead lobbyist tweeted i had a great meeting with president trump and the vicepresident we all want safe schools mental health reform and to keep guns away from dangerous people potus nv potus president the vicepresident support the second amendment supports strong due process and don't want gun control hashtag nra has dragged make make america great again very mixed messages from president trump on this issue do you have any idea if the.

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"health reform" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Removing a races impediment to state health reform a perspective article by aaron fuse brown from georgia state university college of law atlanta states are assuming an increasingly important role in driving us healthcare policy hyper partisanship has made it difficult for congress to enact reform and what action is possible is likely to reduce federal involvement in healthcare despite the growing importance of states in this arena however many stateled health care reforms have been thwarted by the employee retirement income security act irri suck 1974 federal law that established minimum standards for private employersponsored benefit plans known as a reset plans chief among the healthcare issues that states have sought to address our prescription drug costs and surprise medical bills excess charges resulting from the involuntary use of out of network services both problems warrant urgent attention but the impact of a recess broad any and all preemption on state health policy development is substantial more than sixty percent of americans with employerbased coverage about one third of the non elderly population are covered by selffunded areza plans aretha prevent states from requiring pharmacy benefits managers for these plans to disclose markups to consumers or regulators people covered by selffunded a reset plans are similarly not entitled to the protection offered by state surprised billing laws directed at health plans or isa could also throw a monkey wrench into states efforts to increase health insurance coverage chasing seasonal influenza the need for a universal influenza vaccine up perspective article by catherine paul's from the national institutes of health bethesda maryland as clinicians in the united states prepare for the start of another influenza season experts have been watching the southern hemisphere winter for hints of what might be in store for us in the north reports from australia have caused mounting concern with record high numbers of laboratory confirmed influenza notification and outbreaks and higher than average numbers of hospitalizations and deaths the number of notifications reached two hundred and fifteen thousand two hundred eighty by mid october far exceeding the fifty nine thousand twenty two cases reported during the two thousand nine h one n one influenza pandemic according to the australian govern.

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"health reform" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Are being discussed the latest news now is washington temporarily is turning its attention from healthcare tax reform although notwithstanding the constituency that elected donald trump balaa a number of working men and women voted yes but what we see coming out of washington now is a tax reform plan at least the outlines of which would seem to favour the very the wealthy and the not the middleclass sars yeah i know you're veered totally surprising so i think that you know and and back to working men and women why that's relevant is not only um it's relevant terms of what they thought they they were going a look forward to but what happens to their health care benefits right now heck healthcare benefits or deductible for employers if employers didn't have that deduction they may not provide health care benefits and that would also affect working men and women so we don't know the answer to that that will play out as part of a tax debate but that's another issue that people should be very concerned about no we we spoke in the bow uh everything that's wrong we think the answers oh well i think the answer you know just to use a cliche i'm going to start with it i know your listeners will just roll their eyes but first it's complicated in my defence i wanted to start their because i'm gonna give you a couple of things that wasn't night out solved there would have been solved a long time ago i think that the affordable care act that was advance by president obama did some important things as we said earlier by bring people into the system but like any piece of legislation you don't know exactly how things are going to play out in the real world until they do and most pieces of legislation have been amended and have an adjusted over the years there was never an opportunity to do this because way it was passed it was passed only with democratic votes not republican votes at seem to be the way the republicans were thinking about health reform um and now may be thinking about tax reform so unfortunately that's become standard operating procedure in washington which i think is a problem in and of itself but back to.

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"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"They are there very competent that they are especially now that matt cain he was the wildcard everyone was watching only just because his behavior on health reform was so unexpected and in the past he has balked at against tax reform and now by the way to remember this is the easy part it should be the easy part in that that this is about proceeding to getting the budget resolution in place we see in all that does is open the floor then decide what goes into a tax reform uh it says something i think about the republican party that they had to worry about even this opening gambit at the budget reconciliation budget resolution as it were so but yes they're going to pass it and what's interesting to me is how much incoming suddenly rand paul is getting from his fellow members lindsey graham was out tweeting the other day you know don't screw this up rand paul you have that information don't do to this what you did to health reform um and so he is the one oddman out now at the moment and i think deservedly so because what he says is who we are he knows as well as everyone else in the senate that and as you just said that what goes into a budget resolution bears no um relation in the end to what actually gets spent in congress this is solely a vehicle for tax reform so to stand on the principle of cut sort complaints about too much military spending it's just an excuse to say now.

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"health reform" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"At the university of north carolina chapel hill wasilla separate fessing bob in a political science and leading authority on the politics of health care and health care reform is the author of the political life medicare and cho editor of the three volume series the sessional medicine rida second addition and of since he currently working at a book project on the politics of health and islam is that happening a yet not yet walkout like alka wanted thara i'll say that then and he's county working on a book project on the politics of health reform walk into background briefing jonathan of atlanta thanks for having me while we seen the most outrageous travesty a cruel travesty of the notion of health reform where donald trump at appeals spite uh is uh before our eyes destroying is is a bomb as legacy the affordable care act uh not replacing with anything making his howxd as huckster wrist uh phoney promises uh but when you talk about the idea that you work in the project the politics of health reform uh reform is hardly what was seeing isn't this massive step backwards uh it absolutely is uh what we're seeing is republicans in congress were not able to deliver on their promise to repeal and replace obamacare hit president trump is taking matters into down and he is in essence china create a selffulfilling prophecy he keeps saying inaccurately that obamacare is collapsing that it's failing uh and then he is taking multiple steps that will help to ensure that it does indeed fail these phantom put our effects but seems to be the same ammo as the iran deal he had a tantrum apparently will he wants to fulfill his campaign promises any hates anything that a bomb it had anything to do with the has had some really psychosis about obama which uh which uh you know we could spend an a lotta time with a lot of psychiatrist to china figure it out but the long the short is the record is pretty clear that he just wants to undo anything and everything the bummer had to do with than apparently the adults in the adult daycare centers the bub coca calls the white house on the iran deal and the allies they all wadian and said don't do this it's crazy said they came up with a compromise.

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"health reform" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:43 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Another blow for health reform i'm kathleen maloney fox news more republican senators are bailing on the gop graham cassidy healthcare bill susan collins calls the latest proposal as deeply flawed as previous versions kentucky senator rand paul also affirm no i think that if we do do this the end result will be we're going to have our food fight over the formula every time one party takes over i don't think there's an end scenario where we finally get to any kind of stability our country senator john mccain has announced he will not support the gop health plan senator ted cruz also says he's inclined to vote now but is still trying to get to yes republican voters will decide tomorrow on a gop candidate to run in december's special election for the us senate senator luther strain chas the job but recent polls say he doesn't have as much support as former alabama supreme court chief justice roy more jimmy koszicz says he's supporting more in tuesday's republican all he thought he mail road will serve allowed them measures guas ruled out from what you will join us but winner between war strange will face democrat doug jones this december four the chance to finish out the term vacated by us attorney general jeff sessions fox grenell scott vice president mike pence will be campaigning for luther strange at a rally in alabama tonight a low voter turnout is predicted for tomorrow's election only only twelve to fifteen percent more tweets from president trump regarding the controversy over athletes kneeling during the national anthem and when he says tremendous backlash against the nfl and its players for district expect of our country and other he refused to cnn's story the chiefofstaff general kelly disagree within fox news fair and balanced and now the lines of liberty here's how incredible a congressman named matthew lion was indicted for writing a letter to the editor criticising the president he was put on trial find a thousand dollars and sentenced to four months in jail that wisdom eighteen 100 and the launder wikki with prosecuted as quickly repealed when american's realized wettest thread it less to their constitutional rights but that didn't settle it forever in 2015 the federal communications commission held public carrying fittest s how to regulate online politic it will speech and websites like you to then blocks like the.

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"health reform" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To yes saw this bill garland said the graham cassidy health reform billed as again in her words a moving target with changes made over the weekend book without input from democrats or adequate hearing you need to have extensive hearings the democrats must come to the table and that is why we said petoe accented rand paul says you'll also likely vote no because the bill keeps much of oba care spending in just redistributed details nbc's meet the press there may be one way he'd be able to vote for the big could remove the block grants from it and then we could vote on what we actually all agree on four republican senators said they will vote for or are leaning against did not voting for the grave guys the healthcare bill senator ted cruz as indicated he's in the no column cbs news political analyst leonard steinhorn says if that's the case the bill liz dose this is the republican party's hail mary past repeal obamacare one last time it's not going to work especially if some ally ted cruz as against it but graham cassidy health reform bill would repeal much of the affordable care act can shift money and power to the states wbz news time six forty one time for us to check sports big win for the pat sin foxborough today wbz's mike riley has all the good details the above the win from the aticketcom sport's studio all location in foxborough mike mike yeah thank you much pats thirty six in the texans 33 the final score from earlier here in foxborough tom brady five touchdown passes in the game the big one coming with twenty three seconds to grow as the patch trailed 3320 eight connected with brandin cooks and a twenty five yard score there was cooks his second touchdown of the game liam malcolm butler and the patriots defense they had to wait it out on the final drive to see would number twelve will do glad was able to do a deal with he do the.

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"health reform" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"To that and he is fine miss speak is you can miss speak but you're can't you have to follow up we're paying all these people in her words to communicate with the media and now it's the media's fault they've never given me answers hardly ever i should say and so to hear her say you know the media is different some of us have been around for now he even admitted allow twenty thirty years how we different we ask the questions and your transparent communications office doesn't give us the answers at that that's my take the cool kids get everything if you go to launch sit down have coffee and all that nonsense and don't ask real tough questions and then the rest of the media i guess is in time out i'm with that group that that makes me cranky that it's it's because the media is different now and in it's less that that she needs all these people to get our message out give me a break our that being said mid will go through that too because i as i said with companies leaving danny's closing alexia on leaving the pharmaceutical forty people with honeywell and everyone's seems to want to go over to massachusetts i think we need to look at the problems at hand instead she's making facebook live phone calls calling a senator from alaska talking about trumpcare and health reform also knew this morning we're eleven million in the whole the first month in the first in the first month of the fiscal year projections were off what is the governor do she said it's because of the trump administration people are uneasy at some point you're going to have to stop blaming donald trump we know you don't like them but that's the only action i feel that being taken i'm going to show that i am against donald trump so i'm gonna go on facebook live in call a senator in alaska i'm against trump so i'm gonna.

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"health reform" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Mike whose cory johnson is off on this tuesday loves going on health reform oh you not what you were off off morocco perhaps just two days ending anwar god the hearts go down hey healthcare reform we've got michael kors behind jimmy to have a topperforming fund managers himself doc picks and maybe a goldilocks environment hm that's plenty and we got charlie pellett with a data churkin business news headlines and cory johnson charlie is here no doubt about walker at t after the close it's up busy day lot's going on but yes we're bloomberg radio we are on top of it here's what's going on with markets new records the dow the sp nasdaq they are all surging today risk on the global economic outlook brightening just in time for the federal reserve's policy meeting market certainly taking notice today as npr ten now to 24 seventy nine that's a gain of four tenths of one percent dow industrials up one hundred thirty one point tire by sixtenths one percent nasdaq pushing higher up twat well to 64 23 of by two tenths of one percent we've got the tendered on sixteen thirtyseconds the obair two point three one percent gold down to sixty the ons to twelve fifty one down twotenths of 1 percent west texas intermediate crude up two point nine percent to forty seven dollars sixty nine cents a barrel as for the things back backdrop alessia the longest his portfolio manager at oppenheimer fund this strong earnings is what we expect that i mean obviously you still have positive surprises but earnings are at queen's synthesizing indicator of the business cycle right so this strong earnings performance is in line with the fantastic growth global growth apps that we've seen for the last here speaking of earnings general motors gearing up for a tougher second half of the year is a slashes production dobrynin vittori back in line and prepares for new up an suv models gm shares are up sixtenths of 1 percent caterpillar best known for those big yellow earth movers but small parts giving a boost to its efforts to shake a fouryear slump in sales of its giant machines shares surging to a five year high today cat of five point six five percent recapping equities at records here s p of nine.

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"health reform" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Ted cruz is reappeared in the high stakes negotiationa where health reform cruises insisting on a reform to the senate gop bill that senior gop aides say is a nonstarter with much if not most of the republican conference listen to this while crew sought out health committee chairman lamar alexander to play what he promised would be a constructive role in the debate senior gop aides say cruz has no longer being agreeable so apparently cruz is taking some freemarket conservative positions and he's now being trashed by gop aides to rhinos but that's not even my point let's continue instead cruises again being a thorny mcconnell side while we can't have that now can we ladies and gentlemen only susan collins can do that much like he was in 2013 when he insisted on blocking a government spending bill unless it included language halting the implementation of obamacare the staffers argue that they hit job and of course was right in 2013 two years ago crews famously called mcconnell a liar on the senate floor amid a debate on the export import bank see they're picking at scabs now they're looking for a fall guy gop aides say the proposal they cruise and his allies are framing has the potential keita passing the stalled healthcare bill as a nonstarter listen with most republicans to the upper chamber what is it that he's proposing that's a nonstarter what does he proposing that's crazy and rightwing the proposal would allow insurance companies the freedom this out any kind of help plans they want as long as they also sell at least one plan that qualifies under the regulatory requirements of the affordable care act that is obamacare that's a great idea short of repeal ladies and gentlemen that's a big time compromise and yet it allows you the individual the head of the household to select what every kind of insurance you what and if people love obamacare they can pick one of the planes on obamacare it's actually quite a good idea if they're not going to repeal it listen to this jio gop aid i would say that if we voted on the cruise proposal would be in the neighborhood of thirty seven to fifteen against thirty seven novotes fifteen years republican nobody wants to go home and say to a fortyfiveyearold steelworker with diabetes that you should.

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"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"The me one of the more ridiculous sideshows in this entire episode is everyone demanding the republicans denounced trump which they did every literally every member of congress said this is this is not acceptable behavior and then you have a million think pieces being like words are not enough republicans must do more and it's like what so should be impeach him is is this is a high crime i mean what what are you supposed to do about it and then all the people saying this is proof that trump hates women as if meeker brzezinski is representative of fifty one percent of the population uh this is trump loves picking these fights uh it's it's just who we as an eye on i almost wish we could kind of as a general political culture start to ignore that sort of aside from from from trump and and in that spirit of the white house did talk unreal some of its energy policies this week kim which are really i think uh one of the biggest lines of demarcation between donald trump and in the president obama prison obama couldn't stop the fracking revolution the domestic drilling revolution a natural gas and oil of who the innovations that have spurred greater energy production in the united states fossil fuel production but i he could retarded he could slow it down he could block uh a slowdown exports slowdown permiting for liquefied natural gas terminals slow down or kill permitting for drilling and certain parts of the country like alaska.

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"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Is is often childish we know this he can be a jerk we know this he can be rude and crude we know this is the such tweets are below the presidential are are really beneath the officer the president we know this and we also know that lecturing isn't gonna cost them stop uh i think we know that by now okay we also know that uh that many of these uh uh you know i if we can lecturer my could read we could right we have written editorial after editorial we could write one every day uh or we could do it gives me sir we could do with the pilot what the the near post it with shows today on trump's tweets editorial said stop please stop or by god please stop uh and i i totally agree with that message short and sweet it's about all you can say by and he's being denounce he's been denounced for trump by by many people republicans democrats etcetera the thing is it trump is not gonna stop okay this is who years we knew this when we elected him and the press corps frankly some of the people they love it right because they love to engage with trump bill of denounced trump and and you know nobody loves it more than joe scarborough and make sure they love the attention and this in the part of the problem with trump on this is that mean trump has been great for his media opponents i mean fabulous a he nobody has done more for neartime subscriptions than donald trump now he's done more for msnbc ratings than donald trump and trump associate well.

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"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

"Republicans can't make this argument they don't have a good defense when people bring up people the people thrown off their coverage with cancer chronic disease or or what have you uh but a five two one each ratings a pretty good proxy of four health status and you can make the the the insurers and the regulators think the system can work uh with that kind of relax h all right we also have here late in the week of another a smoke bomb thrown into the into all of this from a ben sas and the senator from the brassica sent a letter to president trump saying that if this senate effort fails uh and he's been sas has been muted in terms of where he stands on the current bill he said the undisclosed location he has been uh and he has been telling he wrote a letter to trump saying if this fails this effort fails in the senate we would lie i recommend that uh we we should then go back to the repeal bill that the senate passed and all senators republican senators but one who'd been in the senate voted ford or supported it uh repeal first and then work on august recess don't skip your recess and come back and work on on replace now uh a as a matter of political in the trump send out a tweet endorsing that i dea and rand paul is waiting to kim saying this is a good idea i think as a matter of political accountability that would certainly be clarifying uh because people would have to step up i think susan collins is the only one who didn't vote for that uh that 2015 a repeal bill.

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"health reform" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Rather than dealing with the stumbling health reform bill of the new travel ban the white house is engulfed in a twitter backlash following controversial comments about the host of of morning cable tv show cbs' major garrett the president fired off his tweets shortly before nine am justice msnbc's morning joe program was wrapping up mr trump called anchors makeup brzezinski and joe scarborough low iq crazy meeker and psycho joe then he added the two visited him at his mara lago resort last winter and said brzezinski was bleeding badly from a face as lift the personal nature of the president's tweets drew immediate condemnation including from republicans on capitol hill lawmakers of both parties said the tweet was beneath the dignity of the presidency only in effect for three hours the scaleddown travel ban affecting six majority muslim countries is already being challenged in court port the state of hawaii says its definition of family is too restrictive cbs's kris van cleave under the new travel restrictions those with bona fide relationships in the united states meaning close family like apparent spouse child or sibling all can get a visa but grandparents aunts uncle's and cousins do not qualify infants adopted kids and people in need of urgent medical care will still be permitted to enter refugees booked to travel here through july six will also be allowed in the state department now says fiancee's are among the accepted relationships the us has been embroiled in the war in afghanistan for sixteen years and it doesn't look like that will change any time soon defense secretary james mattis said the us and nato reduce their troop presence there too quickly in 2011 you can't say well i i got tired of it uh i'm going to come home and then wonder why you get hit again we've all seen the result of waving ungoverned areas you see it coming out of syria he would not outline a plan for withdrawing the troops even know california was suffering through a bad drought last year state firefighters have responded to wore wildfires this year cal fire deputy chief scott mclean we have afflicted greater time right now and connecticut triple digit eat we had over.

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"health reform" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Cdc info a message from the inside knowledge campaign and the us department of health and human services ooh the thought yeah the the top i understand what they're saying medicaid not million ayers and that's where we are once again at the seat of our democracy it's what we sit on in our wallets our health care card kate delaney atn is this is what we've been talking about for a very long time on his show next month i am going back to washington and talking to teachers talking about healthcare in going on the hill for a day or two of should be interesting because if you look at those diversion path and how they can sometimes merge now we've got this july four three says the pretty much mitch mc connell knows the senate majority leader that trying to work with the democrats to salvage the republican health reform effort hmeyyed be a little rough but finalizing anything even if there is vice partisan support will not happen until deep into this summer and i think actually probably in the fall i think this gets booted to the to the fall so the answers to what ever your health care is it's the same that it was yesterday last month in the month before that whatever it is that you have it's going to stay i think intact until something happens either there's me then or there's no movement i don't believe it flies into next year i think it happens in the in the fall just because if you look at the time it doesn't there's not enough time with through the summer and then all of a sudden will be in the fall i could be wrong may be with this move afoot to try to make something happen sooner rather than later that the meeting at the white house the other day with the republicans but i still think to get all the votes needed it is going to take some massaging how 'bout that quickly the queenie peac paulina i'm the poll princess shova they s fifty eight percent oppose republican the republican health care plan not a surprise to many of the mirror republicans chancellor is quit is is pretty easy how do you feel about the republican health care plan disapprove fifty percent approve six how.

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"health reform" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Because of that democrats need that their efforts to pass health reform we're gonna probably cost him at the polls they knew be being electoral cost to it and they knew there would be an electoral test of those efforts that first year of the obama presidency a series of tough special elections but in the three hardestfought special elections that happened right at the start of the obama presidency these are elections that happened before the midterms and twenty ten despite the prevailing political winds despite the conservative backlash to the democrats trying to pass this big health reform that republicans were so mobilized against even with all of that in those first special elections the first year the obama presidency democrats want all three and these are tossup districts one of which new york's twentythird congressional district had been held by republican dating back to the nineteenth century dating back to the 1870s three competitive special elections in the house and three victories for democrats was right after obama was elected if if you're a democrat you might have been forgiven for thinking while maybe democrats are immune to the way the pendulum always swings back after big national elections maybe they could pass even this huge transformative healthcare bill and and maybe they won't get punished for it they might even be rewarded for their bold agenda for seven months after a special elections they learn they weren't immune they were not rewarded for their voltage and passing health reform they got absolutely crushed and the twenty ten midterms.

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"health reform" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"health reform" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Because of that democrats need that their efforts to pass health reform we're gonna probably cost him at the polls they knew be being electoral cost to it and they knew there would be an electoral test of those efforts that first year of the obama presidency a series of tough special elections but in the three hardestfought special elections that happened right at the start of the obama presidency these are elections that happened before the midterms and twenty ten despite the prevailing political winds despite the conservative backlash to the democrats trying to pass this big health reform that republicans were so mobilized against even with all of that in those first special elections the first year the obama presidency democrats want all three and these are tossup districts one of which new york's twentythird congressional district had been held by republican dating back to the nineteenth century dating back to the 1870s three competitive special elections in the house and three victories for democrats was right after obama was elected if if you're a democrat you might have been forgiven for thinking while maybe democrats are immune to the way the pendulum always swings back after big national elections maybe they could pass even this huge transformative healthcare bill and and maybe they won't get punished for it they might even be rewarded for their bold agenda for seven months after a special elections they learn they weren't immune they were not rewarded for their voltage and passing health reform they got absolutely crushed and the twenty ten midterms.

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