Monday, December 22, 2008

The Bill You Don't Know About

So in April 2008, George Bushed signed S.1858:

Amends the Public Health Service Act to authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services, acting through the Administrator of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), to award grants to eligible entities to: (1) provide screening, counseling, or health care services to newborns and children having or at risk for heritable disorders; (2) provide education and training in newborn screening and congenital, genetic, and metabolic disorders to health care professionals and newborn screening laboratory personnel; (3) develop and deliver educational programs about newborn screening, counseling, testing, follow-up, treatment, and specialty services to parents, families, and patient advocacy and support groups; and (4) establish, maintain, and operate a system to assess and coordinate treatment relating to congenital, genetic, and metabolic disorders.
And Ron Paul, arguing against the bill, had this to say:
"I cannot support legislation...that exceeds the Constitutional limitations on federal power or in any way threatens the liberty of the American people. I must oppose it."
I agree with Congressman Paul.


  1. "I agree with congressman Paul"

    of course you do,Glen. Of course you do.

  2. I got a grant from the federal government for $12,000 in financial aid, see how you can get one also at


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