Sunday, January 27, 2013

2018 Health Care Bill

The Obama Health care bill has been reportedly to have a hidden regulation to build a national devise registry for a class II device which is implantable.  This Represents a National Regulation in the years after 2017 to implant every American with a RFID microchip in the right hand or in the forehead for the means of medical and financial identification.
   Perry Stone has specifically leaked information that Nasa and Barack Obama himself are pushing this Technology within the health care bill. This will one day lead to the mark of the beast in Revelation chapter 13 in the bible.


These are the steps within the health care bill from 2010.

Within a year
-- Provides a $250 rebate to Medicare prescription drug plan beneficiaries whose initial benefits run out.
90 days after enactment
-- Provides immediate access to high-risk pools for people who have no insurance because of preexisting conditions.
Six months after enactment
-- Bars insurers from denying people coverage when they get sick.
-- Bars insurers from denying coverage to children who have preexisting conditions.
-- Bars insurers from imposing lifetime caps on coverage.
-- Requires insurers to allow young people to stay on their parents' policies until age 26.
2011
-- Requires individual and small group market insurance plans to spend 80 percent of premium dollars on medical services. Large group plans would have to spend at least 85 percent.
2013
-- Increases the Medicare payroll tax and expands it to dividend, interest and other unearned income for singles earning more than $200,000 and joint filers making more than $250,000.
2014
-- Provides subsidies for families earning up to 400 percent of the poverty level -- or, under current guidelines, about $88,000 a year -- to purchase health insurance.
-- Requires most employers to provide coverage or face penalties.
-- Requires most people to obtain coverage or face penalties.
2018
-- Imposes a 40 percent excise tax on high-end insurance policies.
By 2019
-- Expands health insurance coverage to 32 million people.

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