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  1. don't know or care who that is. but you all just keep flappig them gums. it only deepens the conviction. women have long memories to begin with & we got the vote. accept it jr. r-o-a-r.
  2. Affordable Care Act Health Care & Public Benefits Health Care Health Care Reform (ACA) Immigrant Children & Pregnant Women Access to Public Benefits Food & Nutrition Programs Programs for Immigrants in California Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Disaster Assistance Immigration Reform Immigration Enforcement Workers' Rights Education Driver's Licenses Taxes Litigation Last revised JANUARY 2014 | Download Adobe reader symbol - PDF | Versión en español Immigrants and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) NATURALIZED CITIZENS Same access and requirements for affordable coverage as U.S.born citizens. LAWFULLY PRESENT IMMIGRANTS Limited federal coverage. Subject to the individual mandate and related tax penalty (exempt if low-income or meet specific exemptions). May enroll in a qualified health plan (QHP) from the state insurance exchanges. Eligible for premium tax credits and lower copayments. No waiting periods for enrolling in state insurance exchanges or premium tax credits. Eligible for the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan (PCIP) and the Basic Health Plan (when available in a state). Current federal immigrant eligibility restrictions in Medicaid maintained, including the five-year-or-more waiting period for most lawfully residing, low-income immigrant adults. Health care coverage may be available to other immigrants in some states. Since April 2009, states can choose to provide Medicaid and Childrens Health Insurance Program (CHIP) benefits to lawfully residing children and pregnant women without a waiting period. But in states that do not elect this option, these children and pregnant women must still wait five years or more before they can get affordable health care coverage. Citizens of Compact Free Association states who reside in the U.S. are eligible for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act but remain ineligible for federal Medicaid. EXCEPTION: As of August 2012, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) grantees are ineligible for Medicaid, CHIP, and ACA benefits. UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS No federal coverage. Not allowed to purchase private health insurance at full cost in state insurance exchange(s). Not eligible for premium tax credits or lower copayments. Exempt from individual mandate. Not eligible for Medicare, nonemergency Medicaid, or CHIP. Remain eligible for emergency care under federal law. Eligible for Emergency Medicaid if low-income. Citizen or lawfully present children of undocumented parents are eligible: To purchase from the state insurance exchange. For premium tax credits and lower copayments. For Medicaid or CHIP. May seek nonemergency health services at community health centers or safety-net hospitals. VERIFICATION REQUIREMENTS Only those in a family who are applying for benefits are required to provide a Social Security number (SSN) and their immigration/citizenship status. Citizenship or lawful presence must be verified for everyone enrolling in: Private health insurance in the state exchanges. Health insurance premium tax credits. Medicaid and CHIP. Status will be electronically verified through: Social Security Administration (SSA) for citizens. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for nonU.S. citizens via the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE) database. If unable to verify status electronically, enrollees have an opportunity to provide other documents or to fix the records. Social Security number of a nonapplicant may be requested to electronically verify household income. If unavailable, other proof of income can be provided. Information about immigration status may be used only to determine an individuals eligibility. This explanation of how immigrants are included in health care reform is per provisions in the Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) (encompassed in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Pub. Law No. 111-148) as amended by the Health Care and Education Act of 2010 (Pub. Law No. 111-152)). http://www.nilc.org/immigrantshcr.html
  3. fair enough. if he was then i was mistaken in my assessment of his post.
  4. "Liber's" ??? LOL. november is coming all right & women remember. they haven't forgotton ANYTHING. & then there are others. it's over johnny- it's over. the teabagging party of nononononooooooooooooo needs to buy them survival seeds glenn beck likes to hawk.
  5. i found this rather amusing - i love when they eat their own. there are a few ® that are genuine & they are a rare breed nowadays 'eh? Dale Schultz: 'I am not willing to defend them anymore' March 18, 2014 2:00 pm JACK CRAVER | The Capital Times | jcraver@madison.com State Sen. Dale Schultz, R-Richland Center, joined Democrats and voted against the mascot bill during a Senate session Nov 5. Jack Craver Wisconsin state Sen. Dale Schultz, R-Richland Center, will not ride off quietly into the sunset. In an appearance on the Devils Advocate radio show (The Mic/92.1 FM) last week, Schultz told hosts Mike Crute and Dominic Salvia that his partys support for a series of election law changes was indefensible. I am not willing to defend them anymore, he explained when Salvia asked why Republicans sought to limit the number of voting hours a municipality could offer. Im just not and Im embarrassed by this. Since announcing his retirement in the face of a tough primary challenge from conservative state Rep. Howard Marklein, R-Spring Green, the Republican iconoclast has become more strident in criticizing the party in which he has made a political career. Schultz has served as a legislator from southwestern Wisconsin since 1983, including two stints as Senate majority leader in 2003 and 2005. Last week, Schultz argued that there were no legitimate justifications for some of the election reforms pushed by Republicans. Its all predicated on some belief there is a massive fraud or irregularities, something my colleagues have been hot on the trail for three years and have failed miserably at demonstrating, he said. However, the suggestion that his party holds a sincere but misguided belief constituted one of Schultzs gentler criticisms of the GOP. He hinted that Republicans are trying to gain an electoral advantage by depressing voter turnout. Its just sad when a political party has so lost faith in its ideas that its pouring all of its energy into election mechanics, Schultz said. We should be pitching as political parties our ideas for improving things in the future rather than mucking around in the mechanics and making it more confrontational at the voting sites and trying to suppress the vote. Although Schultz voted for the voter ID bill passed by the Legislature in 2011, now tied up in the courts, he said he now believes that a lack of access to the polls poses a far greater threat to the integrity of state elections than voter fraud. The course his Republican colleagues are charting, he said, is a depressing departure from the legacy set by those who championed voting rights during Reconstruction and later during the Civil Rights Era. In the spirit of the champion of the 1957 Voting Rights Act, I have been trying to send a message that we are not encouraging voting, we are not making voting easier in any way, shape or form with these bills, he explained. Back in 1957 with the leadership of Dwight Eisenhower, Republicans were doing that. And that makes me sad, frankly. Later, Schultz attacked a bill aimed at helping companies escape asbestos litigation that has been criticized by groups representing veterans, who account for a disproportionate number of those suffering from mesothelioma, a cancer linked to asbestos exposure. This bill is certainly a slap in the face at the very least to some of the people who gave some of the most vital years of their life in the service of their country, he said. So far Marklein is the only Republican candidate for the 17th Senate seat that Schultz will vacate after this year, although State Senate Democratic Committee executive director Beau Stafford said last week that a moderate candidate, who he declined to name, might challenge Marklein in the primary. Ernie Wittwer is the only declared Democratic candidate in the race, although Pat Bomhack, a law student who is currently a candidate for the Assembly seat that Marklein is vacating, is rumored to be considering leaving that race to run for Senate instead. Schultz has only said that he will not back Marklein. Whether or how he gets involved in the race remains unclear. host.madison.com/news/local/writers/jack_craver/dale-schultz-i-am-not-willing-to-defend-them-anymore/article_7c3598f2-ae16-11e3-8097-0019bb2963f4.html
  6. ted cruz is not a natural born citizen. he cannot run for president. doh! are you a nutmegger?
  7. not only is that a complete lie - but THAT is one's ID for obamacare. that is how one's income is accessed & verified in order to receive subsidies or not. did the liars who lie tell you that particular lie in order to keep you dumbed down & help spread bullsht? lol.....
  8. which is why your dates consist of visits to the sheep in the barn.
  9. i love that 1/2 his call ins ARE fox viewing nutjobs. i have been listening to her for several years. never have i heard her talk about being gang raped. perhaps you can provide a valid link to that? i won't bet on the fact that you can provide one.
  10. oh holy cow- how old is that? no [excrement]- they know each other going back years. that would fall under duh. note the 'air america' logo under randi. that should give you a clue how far up your ass you had to pull that out from. & if they didn't have ratings- they wouldn't STILL be here. another duh.
  11. you asked & i provided. stephanie miller has great ratings & just got on free speech tv as well. they take no ads & her fans raised the cashish to get her on the telly. randi rhodes is employed by the same company that pays oxyboy. oh & allan colmes who split from hannity has his own radio show & still gets pd from fox.
  12. stephanie miller randi rhodes google their websites & you can find where to listen.
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