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Who Exactly is Making What Decisions?

To better understand this situation, one must first understand the media often times twist stories to favor their viewer’s interests. Instead, we must look at facts and public records. The Republicans control the House of Representatives. In the records it states that the House of Representatives voted for all the money required to keep all government activities going except for the ObamaCare.

Is it the House of Representatives decision to choose what to fund or not fund fair and legal? According to the Constitution of the United States, the House of Representatives is where all spending bills must originate. This means that the House of Representative congressmen have the right to decide whether or not they want to spend money on a particular government activity. However, the Senate is designated with the responsibility to authorize whether or not the bills that were originated are spent or not. This is an example of how our country was designed, that is, with “division of powers”.

Whether or not the Senate and House come to an agreement and the federal shut down ends, we are all affected. But the question is, how much? Some believe too many organizations have started preparing for the ObamaCare to throw it all out the window. It is just whether or not if some parts of the federal act will be revised. But one can be certain this will not be the only time in this new age of healthcare that politicians, parties, and organizations will not agree. Healthcare organizations and patients must prepare for the possibility of more standoffs, furloughs, backdoor deals, political grudges, loopholes, etc. in the future. Unfortunately the ones affected the most by these outcomes are the patients. The key for survival is to prepare, be flexible, and be adaptive to brace for the uncertainties that lie ahead.

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