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Do science, tell the truth and then write laws that honor reality.

LLPF=BP. Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire equals Bad Policy. When the public notices a blatant lie, it undermines credibility on all statements. People automatically conclude that if they were lied to on one subject, then they question the validity of other subjects. Case study: Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base written by the Institute of Medicine; National Academy of Sciences. Copyright 1999 Conclusion: ...more »

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reform Medical System in USA

US medical system is 48th in the world, even though US still remains #1 economically. Can you point out any other developed nation treating medicine & hospitals as business? It is time to stop the "business" of pharmaceutical companies & insurance companies. You are never safe with the "medical insurance". When you need it, the insurance company is sure to reject your claim. But they will go un-noticed, because the person, ...more »

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goverment subsidized health care

It is time to remove the medical "insurance" system existing in USA. US is the only developed nation not promising "government subsidized" medical system. It is not "affordable insurance" we need, it is "affordable treatment". Keeping insurance in the middle layer, keeps cost of medicines extremely high, causing injustice to citizens in need (insurance claims rejected). Government subsidized medical system, without ...more »

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