Comment deadlines on "Obamacare" regulations

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Comment deadlines on "Obamacare" regulations

Time: December 31, 2012 all day
Location: internet web site
Street: your computer
City/Town: your location
Event Type: comment on regulations
Organized By: posted by W. Branstetter
Latest Activity: Dec 26, 2012

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The list of regulations came through an e-mail too lengthy to post completely.  One of these regulations has a deadline December 31 for comment:



1. Go to the following four website links (urls) and make the following suggested comment on all four proposed rules. You can add more comments, but at least ask for the deadline extension. (If these links don't work for some reason, see #2)



Benefit and Payment Parameters (Deadline Dec 31):!submitComment;D=CMS-2012-0152-0004

Establishment of Multi-State Plan Program (Deadline January 4, 2013):!submitComment;D=OPM-2012-0020-0001

Health Insurance Market Rules (Deadline December 26, 2012):!submitComment;D=CMS-2012-0141-0001

Standards Related to Essential Health Benefits (Deadline December 26, 2012):!submitComment;D=CMS-2012-0142-0001




"You have not given the American public sufficient time to read, digest or respond to this proposed rule as required by the federal Administrative Procedures Act. I request that you extend the comment deadline by 60 days."

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Comment by W. Branstetter on December 26, 2012 at 2:25pm


: Wednesday, December 26 (Day after Christmas)


Act now on all four proposed rules so you don't forget during the holidays!


The Obama administration has given the public just 30 days over the holidays to read more than 700 pages of proposed Obamacare regulations -- the longest is 373 pages -- which unless you act will become law. They want to rush Obamacare into implementation through regulation. You can help slow it until repeal.

The Wall Street Journal

says "many of the rules were approved in-house and ready to go as early as May." But the Obama administration waited until the holidays to spring them on the public. They don’t want to give you time to find out what’s in the newly discovered $63/yr health insurance "head tax."

This is the administration's second iteration of "we have to pass it so we can know what's in it." But on January 18, 2011, President Obama signed Executive Order 13563 saying comment periods "should generally be

at least 60 days." How quickly his administration forgets to follow their own rules! Please act today!

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