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Do you think the approved Healthcare bill will help create more jobs?

Hiring more nurses Hiring more doctors Hire more receptionists to type in Healthcare applications and stuff? Improve economy.

Asked By: - 7/16/2009
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It is necessary to understand the unsustainable business model of the insurance companies to see how this is going to play out... More
Answered By: Angela Q - 7/16/2009
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the current health care system drains our economy, i believe.
Answered By: scottso360 - 7/16/2009
 
Nothing has been approved.
Answered By: Happy Chappy - 7/16/2009
 
There is no approved Healthcare bill, and there is not going to be one. You do not have the votes.
Answered By: Senor Magoo - 7/16/2009
 
Possibly. Depending on costs.
Answered By: Sam Sneed - 7/16/2009
 
The nurses and Doctors will go someplace that they can make a profit. I would think places in the Caribbean.
Answered By: smsmith500 - 7/16/2009
 
No..
Answered By: Tony H - 7/16/2009
 
A few, but not enough to impact the economy. That's really not what it's for.
Answered By: beardog4314 - 7/16/2009
 
No, it won't. Mostly because it's a go-nowhere bill. There is not enough support amongst voters.
Answered By: Smokescreens! - 7/16/2009
 
Im not aware of any such bill being passed
Answered By: Antiliber - 7/16/2009
 
no not really, it will just create a bureaucratic cluster**** of a healthcare system
Answered By: Swamp Donkey Assassin - 7/16/2009
 
I went to the DMV today and I was amazed at all the staffing that was required to support a system completely invented by the government in the first place (Driver's licenses and registration) They invent a requirement, then they take my money to support it. Thanks, DMV.
Answered By: YES WE CAN! - 7/16/2009
 
No.
Answered By: The Hitman - 7/16/2009
 
No... More
Answered By: Pythagoras - 7/16/2009
 
Lower reimbursement to the hospitals will not create more jobs. That is like saying my company is making less money, I should hire more.
Answered By: Tom S - 7/16/2009
 
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