We in this country were,
one would guess,
faulty led to believe that computers would help save our forest with much less paper use?
Not in congress with new law making apparently.
We are beginning to see just how correct Congressmen Alan Grayson was back while the media was poking fun at his report to congress?
A Kilgore medical supplier is closing its doors after 34 years, and the owner says it's Medicare's fault.
Instead of working with our president to improve Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, congress is passing laws making it harder for suppliers and providers to stay in business! Remember that (all of them are small business owners)?
Soon there will be no supplier of equipment and no providers to work with our healthcare in this country!
Just what our congress has been working to do.
Of course they have the very best insurance that your can buy for them!
Alan Grayson as a congressman has had the unique opportunity to see the republicans healthcare plan for America!
A blank piece of paper?
After saying he was inspired to read the Republican health care plan by the paper-waving GOP lawmakers at Obama's recent address, Grayson summed up his findings with a few simple pieces of poster board. "The Republican health care plan: don't get sick," he said. But, he added, "The Republicans have a back-up plan in case you do get sick ... This is what the Republicans want you to do. If you get sick America, the Republican health care plan is this: Die quickly!"
While congress is doing their thing, Grayson is still hard at work for the people.
Grayson Secures $6.5 Million Grant for Orange County Fire Department
Funding Will Help Hire 45 New Firefighters
Congressman Alan Grayson (FL-09) announced today that the Orange County Fire & Rescue Department (OCFRD) will receive a $6.5 million grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) program that he helped to secure through his grants program.
OCFRD is the fourth largest fire department in the state. It provides critical support to Central Florida’s hospitals, schools, local businesses, and tourist destinations such as Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Grayson wrote a letter to FEMA in support of OCFRD’s application, and Grayson’s Grants Coordinator met with OCFRD staff.