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FreedomWorks Vermont Urges Sanders to Support "Health Care Choice Act"
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FreedomWorks Vermont Urges Sanders to Support "Health Care Choice Act"

Vermonters could enjoy as much as a 60% reduction in health insurance premiums if Congress passes the “Health care Choice Act,” now awaiting floor action in the House. Today, an average Vermont family of four must pay $771 for a policy with a $2,000 deductible, 20% co-insurance. However, if allowed to purchase insurance outside Vermont, that same family could buy the same policy for as little as $172 per month out of Kansas City, Missouri.

08/02/2005
FreedomWorks Urges the House to Pass the "Health Care Choice Act"
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FreedomWorks Urges the House to Pass the "Health Care Choice Act"

Yesterday, thanks to the efforts of House Policy Committee Chairman John Shadegg (R-Ariz.), the House Energy and Commerce Committee approved the "Health Care Choice Act," which is a first step towards lowering health care costs and helping increase the number of insured Americans.

07/22/2005
CHOICE and Ownership for Health Care
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CHOICE and Ownership for Health Care

This article originally appeared in the Roanoke Times on June 26, 2005 America's health care system is sick, and needs help. Health insurance premiums continue to grow at double-digit rates each year. Prescriptions are too expensive for too many people. There is little choice of insurance providers. Lawsuit abuse drives up costs and drives doctors out of practice, leaving the sick in some parts of the country with no one to treat them. And millions of Americans are uninsured.

07/18/2005
The Vermont Report
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The Vermont Report

Health Care.

06/01/2005
The Vermont Report
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The Vermont Report

Senate Health Care Bill Comes to the Floor. Senate Health and Welfare and Finance Committees have amended H.524 to be considered by the full Senate Tuesday, May 17th. The legislature has voted to extend their session to debate this bill, at a cost of $800,000 to the Vermont Taxpayer, which forces one to consider an interesting irony: These folks can’t even debate about health care without going over budget! And they expect us to believe they can control costs if we give them 3.5 billion dollars to run the entire system?

05/17/2005
Desperate House Parties
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Desperate House Parties

Some good news on the Health Care front. Many organizations are stepping up to the plate and fighting to stop the Canadian-style take-over of our health care system, along with at least two billion dollars of our hard earned money. I’m proud to say that FreedomWorks and its members have been calling legislators, writing letters and op-eds to local papers, spreading the alarm to friends and neighbors – doing a good job of turning up the heat on this issue.

05/09/2005
Canada South
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Canada South

This piece originally appeared in The Wall Street Journal on May 5, 2005. CONCORD, Vt. -- The real political news in Vermont has been buried under recent headlines announcing the retirement of Sen. Jim Jeffords: The Vermont House has approved the most radical health care proposal ever to gain majority support in a state legislative chamber.

05/09/2005
Tune in to see FreedomWorks Debate the Issues.
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Tune in to see FreedomWorks Debate the Issues.

Social Security

05/05/2005
Two Excellent Events on May 2nd for your consideration
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Two Excellent Events on May 2nd for your consideration

CAVENDISH, VT -- SOCIAL SECURITY FORUM. At the Cavendish Elementary School, 7:30 p.m., FreedomWorks-Vermont State Director Rob Roper, and Mike Quaid of Vermonters for Tax Reform will take on Greg Marchildon from AARP and Jennifer Nelson, representing Congressman Bernie Sanders’ office over the issue of Social Security Reform. The moderator for the event will be former Windsor County Senator Will Hunter. Ludlow Community Access TV will be filming the forum for later broadcast. This event is sponsored by Cavendish Grange and Black River Area League of Women Voters.

05/02/2005
The First Dozen Questions About Government-Run Health Care
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The First Dozen Questions About Government-Run Health Care

Last week, Thursday April 21st, the Vermont House voted 86-58, largely along party lines, to put the lives and well-being of all 620,000 Vermonters into the hands of a government-run, taxpayer funded health care system – a type of system that has failed everywhere it has ever been tried. That they did this at all – let alone without addressing even the most basic and obvious flaws regarding this plan -- is beyond irresponsible. It is negligent.

04/27/2005

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