The Latino Coalition urges caution on Healthcare Reform --
The Latino Coalition (TLC), a Hispanic small business advocacy group has joined other civic, business and public policy organizations in questioning the scope, cost and proposed implementation of President Barack Obama's endorsed Health Care Reform Bill, H.R. 3200, currently being debated in Congress. An announcement released by TLC states that, “Amid the concerns raised by such an expansive piece of legislation -redirecting approximately
An editorial in this month's 2009 AARP Bulletin repeats the same bromide heard almost nightly on the MSM news: That there are currently 47 million Americans without health insurance. The AARP editorial goes on to argue that this situation is disgraceful, that all Americans should have "affordable health care choices," and that in terms of reform, "the time to act is now."
I don’t know about you, but I am getting a little tired of the drumbeat repetition of the “wise Latina” quote (which may be the point of inundating us with it: everyone is bound to soon say “Enough already! We heard it!”), so I decided to see what Sonia Sotomayor’s oft-quoted speech looked like in context. The address was delivered at a symposium held at Berkeley Law School in 2001, “Raising the Bar: Latino and Latina Presence in the Judiciary
En este mes, una editorial del Boletín de AARP repite la misma cantaleta escuchada casi todas las noches en los noticieros: Que actualmente existen 47 millones de estadounidenses sin seguro médico. La editorial AARP continúa argumentando que esta situación es deshonrosa, que todos los estadounidenses deberían tener “opciones costeables de seguro médico”, que en términos de reforma, “ahora es el momento para actuar”.