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house Bill H.R. 3700

10 Prescriptions for a Healthy America Act

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      Committee on Energy and Commerce
    IntroducedOctober 1st, 2009

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10 Prescriptions for a Healthy America Act

Official Title

To establish requirements for any health reform legislation enacted by the Congress or the President during the 111th Congress.


Health Care Bill of Rights Act or 10 Prescriptions for a Healthy America Act - Prohibits Congress and the President from enacting health reform legislation that: (1) includes government-run health insurance; (2) reduces benefits for seniors under Medicare; (3) increases the federal deficit; (4) imposes new taxes; (5) allows the federal government to ration care: (6) imposes a mandate on individuals to purchase health care coverage or on employers to provide such coverage; or (7) provides taxpayer-funded health insurance to illegal immigrants. Requires Congress and the President to enact health reform legislation on or before December 31, 2009, that: (1) protects individuals with preexisting conditions; (2) reforms medical liability law and curbs abusive litigation; and (3) reduces the overall cost of health care for all.

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