Monthly Archives: April 2019

Two New Yorks

I know in the past a lot of people have pooh-poohed it, but I think the time has come.–Sen. Joseph Robach, R-Greece, Monroe County, who has sponsored a secession referendum bill since 2009 “We’re all one family here, let’s keep … Continue reading

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H.R. 2213–will this bill become law?

H.R. 2213–will this bill become law, should it?“ For more than two decades, the Work Opportunity Tax Credit has proven to be highly effective in ensuring individuals on public assistance can make the transition to private sector jobs. In fact, … Continue reading

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Should we punish a people if we don’t like their Government?

Should we punish a people if we don’t like their Government? How about these people? Palestine–5 million N. Korea–25 million Cuba–11 million Iran–81 million Honduras–9 million Nicaragua–6 million Guatemala–17 million Venezuela–32 million Mexico–129 million Sanctions, which punish the people rather … Continue reading

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Two Network Neutrality Bills

“CenturyLink serves on the board of USTelecom, which spent $42.13 million on lobbying from 2010 – 2017. USTelecom’s lobbying against net neutrality has attracted attention …” CenturyLink 2018 Annual Report (Tom Reed invested in Level 3 Communications, merged with CenturyLink) … Continue reading

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Medicare scam

“Federal prosecutors on Tuesday said they dismantled one of the largest health care fraud schemes ever investigated by the FBI, charging 24 people in a $1.2 billion alleged scam involving telemedicine and durable medical equipment companies.” “The IRS chief of … Continue reading

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A faint hope for lower drug prices

We were able to move forward in a bipartisan way on bills that will help bring generic drugs to market faster, which will make medications more affordable,” said Committee Chairman Frank Pallone, D-New Jersey. A faint hope for lower drug … Continue reading

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