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  •  The document is current, you're reading it wrong (1+ / 0-)
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    It summarizes the bill section by section.

    But the bill is self-amending (because the Manager's Amendment was not incorporated, but appended as Title X), so the description of Sec. 2718 on page 2 is overridden - replaced - by the description of Sec. 2718 on page 58. This is because the version of Sec. 2718 in Section 1005(5) of the bill is replaced by the version of Sec. 2718 in Section 10101(f) of the bill.

    The DPC document describes both the original version, which expired when the public option started, and the actual version which would be law if the House adopted the Senate bill unamended and the President signed it, which does not expire because there is no public option.

    In America, 60% of bankruptcies are because of medical bills, and 80% of those people had health insurance

    by sullivanst on Tue Feb 09, 2010 at 04:04:43 PM PST

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