Hospitals & Asylums








Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non-Governmental Economy (CHANGE)


Hospitals & Asylums (HA) was created in 2000.  HA dates to the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811, that was the work of Paul Hamilton secretary of the Navy under President James Madison.  The HA acronym was coined by Alexander Augustus the African American surgeon who founded Freedmen’s Hospital & Asylum (HA) for President Abraham Lincoln, who also created the Columbia Institution for the Deaf and populated Arlington National Cemetery.  The codification of Title 24 of the United States Code was the work of Hon. Edward C. Little who died on June 24, 1924.  Economic law demands that we work together.  Both the state and the private sector play an important role.  Everyone has the fundamental right to be free of hunger, poverty and disease.  It is the equal right of men and women to the enjoyment of all the economic, social and cultural rights; to read and write. In all our dealings we must be ethical.  To the government ethics is a matter of accounting for income, expenditure and association.  To the professional ethics is a matter of profiting with the least risk of harm to anyone. Everyone has a professional responsibility to provide adequately for the needs of those unable to pay.  The golden rule provides that one must treat others as one wishes to be treated. Therefore non-violence and the non-use of force are fundamental to all dealings with all people and we must also reject all forms of hatred, bigotry, discrimination, prejudice, violence, crime and disease.  It is our duty to defend the life and liberty of all people and treat everyone fairly.  Believing that the codification, adjudication and progressive change of HA statute will promote the maintenance of international peace and security, the development of healthy and friendly relations and the achievement of co-operation among all people. Scholars should surpass 100 crunches, 100 push-ups and 10km run daily and run a marathon on the Sabbath. The United States must end poverty by 2020 by passing the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2017  


Book 1 Military Diplomacy (MD)


To supplement Chapter One Navy Hospitals, Naval Home, Army and other Naval Hospital, and Hospital Relief for Seamen and Others §1-40 for transfer to Chapter 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home §400-435.  To salute the change of the name of the Department of Defense (DoD) to the Military Department (MD).  The MD concludes Secretary of Defense Transfer Order No. 40 of July 22, 1949 in conjunction with the graduation of the Public Health Department (PHD) from the Department of Education Reorganization Act of 1978. To prohibit the use of force, hostile environmental modification and biological experimentation and be honorably discharged.  The US Military employs around 2.1 million soldiers down from a wartime high of 2.8 million with 765,000 Full Time Equivalents (FTEs) and declining.  Since its foundation the US military has suffered nearly 1.3 million casualties in 13 wars.  There are more than 27 million US veterans. To reduce the US nuclear arsenal from 10,000 warheads, to no more than 1,700 to 2,200 nuclear warheads by 2012 and ultimately eliminate them.  To abolish Other Defense Civil Programs, deducting the amount from that year's undistributed offsetting receipts before 2009, and Allowances rows from OMB historical outlays by agency table 4.1 to reduce the deficit and debt since 2009. To sell surplus military bases and assets to increase net revenues and reduce expenses.  To rule Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) non-add for the benefit of both $500 billion sides of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) whereas liberal democracies tend to be more peaceful than authoritarian or totalitarian states and do not attack other democracies.  To veto Chapter VII of the UN Charter and promote humanitarian missions that pay payroll and corporate taxes, less social insurance and deductibles, to any occupied developing nation.  To fire the National Institute of Disability Independent Living and Research (NIDILR) under the Slavery Convention of 1926 for the written portion and Nuremberg Code of 1949 in regards to nonconsensual biological experimentation on stroke risk posed by 'lucid dream' substance. To elect a harmless “class president of the disabled” to publish a Disability and Independent Living (DIL) webpage in the Administration for Community Living (ACL) under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities of 2006 and save the Disability Insurance (DI) Trust Fund from depletion with the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016. To instruct the Social Security Administration by the summer solstice or confirm the HA disability beneficiary Commissioner for a two year term to harmonize the adjustment of the OASDI tax rate and tax the rich to end poverty by 2020 or reduce poverty by half and eliminate child poverty by 2020 if the federal budget cannot be balanced with a $100 billion maximum allowable deficit (mad) in FY 2017 under Art. 2(2) of the US Constitution. To pardon Rod Blagojevich and Chelsea Manning. Civilians are compensated for any injury, casualty or damage caused by State action. To surpass the Marine Corp Physical Fitness Test (PFT) 50-100 push-ups, 50-100 crunches and 3 mile run;


Book 2 Attorney General Enforcement (AGE)


To supplement Chapter 2 Soldier’s and Airmen’s Home §41-70. 2.2 million people are behind bars in the United States, more than any other nation and 693 detainees per 100,000 residents is the highest rate, after Seychelles with 799, in a world with a norm of 144 and arbitrary legal limit of 250 detainees per 100,000 residents. An estimated 100,000 nonviolent marijuana offenders may be safely released from federal prison. Recidivism, re-incarceration within 3 years of release from prison, is reduced from 66% to 50% with vocational certificates, to 35% with Associate degree to 0% in those who earned a post-conviction Bachelor degree.  Since 2013 the number of detainees nationwide has gone down slightly. The U.S. Sentencing Commission must be abolished under Blakely v. Washington (2004) and the name of the Court of International Trade of the United States (COITUS) needs to be changed to Customs Court (CC).  Pardons mock Rod Blagojevich, Chelsea Manning, a former UN General Assembly President and Chinese billionaire. Whether “blue ribbon” or “cross-section” the compulsory summons of jurists is involuntary servitude and an All-Volunteer Jury needs Federal Work-Study. Since legal fees were rejected under the Fair Credit Reporting Act in 2009 the law firm has become obsolete. Law school graduate unemployment is higher than 60%. Federal judges and justices need term limits. The bar exam must be lowered to Bachelors of Law for a civil law system to safely reduce the penal population to less than the 250 detainees per 100,000 residents with a free Bachelor's degree program for felons who don't pay student loans. More than 300 economists and 600 churches have asked the White House to legalize marijuana and save $12.5 billion annually by abolishing all federal police finance - the FBI, ATF, DEA, OJP Community Policing, State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance, ONDCP, U.S. Marshall's Inter-Agency Drugs and Crime Task Force whereas enforcement of malum prohibitum is malum in se. The federal Judiciary FY 2017 budget request to Congress, sought $7.0 billion in discretionary appropriations, a 3.2 percent increase above fiscal year 2016 funding.  The DOJ FY 2017 Budget reports $29.0 billion in discretionary budget authority and $10.2 billion in mandatory budget authority in FY 2017, however ‘scorekeeping credits’ are not a generally accepted accounting principle (gaap) and combined discretionary and $300 mandatory federal spending are calculated to be $31.5 billion FY 2016 with a total congressional budget authority of $34.4 billion FY 2016. OMB estimates are higher yet, at $39.1 billion FY 2016. If prohibition were abolished Justice Department spending would go down to $17.0 billion FY 2017, -46.6% and congressional budget authority would be $19.5 billion -43.4%. The US Constitution might be annotated so (a) Old debts would be repealed from the first clause of Art. VI and the section renumbered so that the supremacy clause would be number one and oath of office, number two. (b) Replace the Second amendment with a balanced budget amendment as redacted  'Section 1 Total outlays for any fiscal year shall not exceed total receipts for that fiscal year. Section 2 Prior to each fiscal year, the President shall transmit to the Congress a proposed budget for the United States Government for that fiscal year. Section 3 Congress shall implement a balanced budget by appropriate legislation.' (c) Replace the Third amendment with 'No arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.' and (4) Repeal Sections 2-5 of the Fourteenth amendment.


Book 3 Health and Welfare (HAW)


To supplement Chapter 3 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Battle Mountain Sanitarium Reserve §151-154 and an estimated 62 million social security beneficiaries in 2016– 41 million retirees and survivors, with Old Age Survivor Insurance (OASI) and 21 million disabled workers - 14 million with Disability Insurance (DI) and 9 million with Supplemental Security Income (SSI) with some overlap in 2015.  The United States must get the OASDI tax rate right to save the DI trust fund from depletion and avoid deprivation of relief benefits under 18USC§246. To pay for a 3% COLA (Cost of Living Adjustment) with a Free DIRT (Disability Insurance Reallocation Tax) and 3% COLA Act of January 1, 2016. To amend the DI tax rate from 1.80% to 2.40% in 2016, 2.30% in 2017 and 2.20% in 2018; from 0.90% to 1.20% in 2016, 1.15% in 2017 and 1.10% in 2018 for employees and from 0.90% to 1.20% in 2016, 1.15% in 2017 and 1.10% in 2018 for employers under Sec. 201(b)(1)(S) of the Social Security Act 42USC§401. To amend the OASI tax rate from 10.60% to 10.0% in 2016, 10.10% in 2017, and 10.20% in 2018; from 5.30% to 5.00% in 2016, to 5.05% in 2017, to 5.10% in 2018 for employees under 26USC§3101 (a) and from 5.30% to 5.00% in 2016, 5.05% in 2017, and 5.10% in 2018 for employers under 26USC§3111 (a) to avoid depletion of the Disability Insurance (DI) Trust Fund in 2016 without increasing the overall 12.4% OASDI or 15.3% OASDI and Hospital Insurance (HI) Federal Insurance Contribution Act tax-rate under 26USC§1401. To repeal Sec. 215 (i) of the Social Security Act 42USC§415 and legislate a 3% annual COLA. To cite ILO Conventions 132, 156 and 183 in a Maternity Leave Act in amendment of Sec. 305 of the Social Security Act 42USC§505. To replace welfare Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) with licensed social workers and non-social worker representatives under Sec. 206 of the Social Security Act 42USC§406.  To limit the term of the Commissioner from 6 to 2 years, by amendment of Sec. 702 of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)VII§902(a)(3)To automatically increase monthly benefits to $700 after 42 months $600-$699 (Revelation 13:10) and redress wrongful overpayment decisions since the Defense of Social Security Caucus of 2011 with underpayment Sec. 204 of the Social Security Act 42USC§404. To require the Commissioner of SSA to account for OASDI, SSI and Human Services to end poverty by 2020 and require the Administrator of CMS to account for a 2.5% Medicare, Medicaid and ACA health annuity in summer solstice instructions (ssi) by amending Annual Reports Sec. 1161 of the Social Security Act 42USC§1320c-10. To amend the Amount of Premiums in Sec. 1839 of the Social Security 42USC§1395r for a 2.5% health annuity to lead ACA and other private health insurance corporations to credit customers with the difference with the 20% ACA and 50% Medicare part B premium price inflation 2015-16.  To limit federal health spending to less than $1 trillion until national health expenditures are less than 10% of GDP. To repeal 'medical records and payments' from the Fair Credit Reporting Act 15USC§1681a(x)(1). To require the USDA to sustain 3% annual Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) growth.  To create a UN contribution row on the 1040 tax form with a suggested donation of 1-2% of income.  To pass a Without Income Limit Law (WILL): To abolish the maximum taxable limit on DI contributions on January 1, 2016 and OASI contributions January 1, 2017 by repealing Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base Section 230 of the Social Security Act 42USC§430 to tax the rich and increase OASDI revenues by 130% and SSI spending by 250% to balance the federal budget in and pay every poor child in 2017, and end poverty by 2020.


Book 4 State Mental Institution Library Education (SMILE)


To supplement Chapter 4 Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital by transferring §321-329 from Chapter 9 Hospitalization of the Mentally Ill National Returned from Foreign Countries to Article 11 §200-208 of this Chapter.  This supplemental to St. Elizabeth's hospital closure statute facilitates the graduation of US Customs from the Department of Homeland Security (HS), Military Department (MD) from Department of Defense (DoD) and Public Health Department from Health and Human Services (HHS). To abolish psychiatry, civil commitment, psychiatric drugs, and all psychiatric hospitals, other than forensic or veteran’s, and prescribe Amantadine (Symmetrel) for flu and psychiatric drug tics. To abolish the word 'enforcement' in federal education statute, under the Slavery Convention of 1926 (a) 'enforcement of Section 111' at 20USC§112 needs to be repealed under the 21st Amendment (1933) and, (b) the words 'enforcement of' must be removed from the caption of Part 1200 so that it states, Nondiscrimination on the basis of Handicap in programs or activities conducted by the National Council on Disability, at the end of Education statute 34CFR§1200.170, and (c) General Definitions of the Office of Museum and Library Services at 20USC§9101(1) inappropriately applying the piracy ( of pornography to college and public library wifi must be replaced with (1) No stalking in the library 18USC§2261A(2). 25% of the world population, about 1.3 billion students were enrolled in school, in 2004. There are more than 70 million students in the US. About 98,000 elementary and secondary schools have 50 million students in attendance and 3.3 million teachers starting at $30k and earning more than $44k on average. A steadily increasing percentage of children, 3.4%, 1.7 million children were homeschooled in 2012. About 20 million students attend nearly 7,400 institutions of higher education who employed 3.9 million employees, including more than 1.1 million college professors with median earnings of around $89k per year. In total, $209 billion in federal aid were made available to education in fiscal year 2017. Adding discretionary and mandatory spending total ED on-budget spending to $88.3 billion in 2015, $78.5 billion in 2016 and $79.5 billion in 2017. ED on-budget spending should grow around 2.5% annually to $82 billion in 2018 and continue to grow to $84 billion in 2019 and $86 billion in 2020. Public school teachers should be enabled to contribute, on an individual and voluntary basis, the menopause as disability (mad) tax rate, and contribute to the legislation of 14 weeks of unemployment compensation for maternity leave. Despite $11,100 per pupil education spending in excess of $718 billion, rated the second highest of any nation, child poverty is higher in the United States than any other country, gradual improvement is lagging in international rank. In 2016 24% of children under the age of 18, around 14 million-24 million, were growing up in poverty, the highest rate in any industrialized nation. Of 18-to-64-year olds 20.5 million, 11.1% were poor and of people 65 and older 3.6 million, 10.1% were poor in 2011, although after medical expenses is said to be the same as the overall poverty rate more than 15.4%. Before TANF beneficiaries declined from 14.2 million in 1993 to less than 5 million families today child poverty was estimated to be around the national average. To compensate the US must tax the rich the full 12.4% OASDI tax rate to expand the SSI program from 1.8 million children and 6.5 million adults in 2015 to pay the families of 16-24 million children and 30 million adults living below the poverty line in the United States by 2020…MIRROR


Book 5 Customs (CC)


To supplement Chapter 5 Columbia Institution for the Deaf §231-250.  As of 2015 there are 7.2 billion people on the planet, roughly 9 times the 800 million people estimated to have lived in 1750, as the start of the Industrial Revolution.  The world population continues to rise rapidly, by around 75 million people per year.  Soon enough there will be 8 billion by the 2020s, and perhaps 9 billion by the early 2040s.  The Millennium Development, MDGs for 1990-2015, cut in half the number of hungry people to 622 million people and percent of people in poverty to 22.75% by 2015 from 45.5% in 1990.  7.2 billion people, with a GWP of $90 trillion, are looking for economic improvement.  to amend Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) to Foreign Relations (FR-ee), to change the name of the Court of International Trade of the United States (CoITUS) to Customs Court (CC), to amend Title 6 of the United States Code, Title 6 of the Federal Code of Regulations and the name of the Department of Homeland Security to “Customs”, to change the name of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to Naturalization Service (USNS), to reduce the price of a work visa to a $500 tax withholding, to sell state IDs drivers licenses and passports at equal price to those who are born, naturalized or at some state of naturalization in the United States, and issue special travel documents for genuinely stateless persons under common articles 26-29 of the Conventions Relating to the Status of Refugees and Stateless Persons of 1951 and 1954 respectively, to settle claims for compensation with a Palestine Supreme Court, to limit all foreign military finance in excess of $1.5 million for the state department half and terminate military financing for Israel and other human rights offenders, to abolish State Department International Narcotic Control and School of the Americas, to transfer all $6 billion annual in misspent state department military and international drug enforcement finance to fund the UN, to sell surplus assets of the state department, to levy a 6% gas, oil, coal and electricity export tax, to patrol the NOAA Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly chart, to regulate oceanic hydrocarbon heating and cooling pumps and cloud seeding, to support the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 having achieved the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 1990-2015, to adopt the 1982 Law of the Sea in conjunction with both the 1992 Framework Convention on Climate Change and 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and Optional Protocol thereto pertaining to the export of genetically modified organisms, to pass the European Constitution to justify their Prosecutor and negotiate with the Euro for all its north-south axis, to require NATO members pay reparations to their civilian victims at U.N. Compensation Commission rates, to change the name of UN Office of Drugs and Crime (ODC) to Office of Crime (OC), to abolish the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) supervised Justice Department prohibition and police bribery under the Slavery Convention of 1926, to create from the Treasury Alcohol, Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (ATTTB) an Alcohol, Tobacco and Marijuana (ATM) Bureau. to reform voting in the Bretton Woods institutions to a one person one vote system, to use the IMF Special Drawing Right (SDR) as the international reserve currency, to appreciate developing nation currencies, to immediately legislate a completely voluntary UN contribution – suggested donation 1-2% of income for publication on IRS form 1040 with national accounting by the Treasury and State Departments for United Nations Approval (UNA) Official Development Assistance (ODA), to pay 1.2 billion people $1.25 a day, $547 billion plus $274 billion for current programs totaling $821 billion UN administration as early as 2020 up from +/-$166 billion 2015 and pay 65 million refugees and internally displaced people $38.75 a mo., $30 billion FY 2017, settle compensation, elect a Secretary, and ratify a Statement of the United Nations (SUN)


Book 6 Jury Duty (JD)


To supplement Chapter 6 Freedmen’s Hospital repealed 24USC(6)§261-270, US Prison population quintupled from 503,586 detainees (220 per 100,000) in 1980 to a high of 2,307,504 (755 per 100,000) in 2008 before quietly going down to 2,217,947 (693 per 100,000) in 2014, to create an all-volunteer jury, to set an arbitrary legal limit of 250 detainees per 100,000 residents, to prevent recidivism 100% of the time with free post-conviction Bachelor degrees for felons who don't pay their student loans, more than 300 economists and 600 churches petitioned the White House to legalize marijuana and reduce the deficit by $14 billion with a force reduction (actually $12.9 billion justice deficit reduction + $6 billion state department conversion to international assistance = $18.9 billion), the penalty for piracy is the abolition of the Judiciary US Sentencing Commission, Justice Department FBI, DEA, (ATF), OJP Community Policing, State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance, US Marshall's Drug and Crime Task Force, and White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), to reduce the federal budget deficit, and conversion of the State Department International Narcotic Control and Law Enforcement, International Military Education and Training, Foreign Military Finance, and War Crime Tribunal funding, including the residuals, to legitimate international assistance, to change the name of the Justice Department Bureau for Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) to Bureau for Firearms and Explosives (FE) and legislate them a share of the federal tax revenues generated by sales of firearms and ammunition and fees for criminal background checks based upon 2.5% annual growth, to legalize marijuana, to change the name of the Treasury Alcohol, Tobacco, Tax and Trade Bureau (ATTTB) to Alcohol, Tobacco and Marijuana (ATM) and Judiciary Court of International Trade of the United States (COITUS) to Customs Court (CC) under the Supplementary Convention on the Abolition of Slavery, the Slave Trade, and Institutions and Practices Similar to Slavery (1956), to amend federal torture statute to comply with Arts. 2, 4 and 14 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 1984 by repealing the phrase “outside the United States” from 18USC(113C) §2340A(a) and Exclusive Remedies at 18USC(113C)§2340B amended so: (1) The legal system shall ensure that the victim of an act of torture obtains redress and has an enforceable right to fair and adequate compensation, including the means for as full rehabilitation as possible. In the event of the death of the victim as a result of an act of torture, their dependents shall be entitled to compensation. (2) Nothing in this article shall affect any right of the victim or other persons to compensation which may exist under national law. The US should ratify the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (2003) to establish a system of regular visits to places where people are deprived of their liberty, in order to prevent torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.


Book 7 National Cemetery Organization (NCO)


To supplement Chapter 7 National Cemeteries §271-296 and repeal Chapter 7a Private and Commercial Cemeteries §298.  To elect a licensed professional funeral director to judge Probate and hear disputes regarding wills and estates, written or intestate.  To free wills and trusts from obligatory registration with Probate. The mental illness jurisdiction shall be heard by a completely different social work judge in an unrelated Mental Health Court.  Death statistics shall be kept up-to-date.  It is estimated that 56,597,030 people died around the world in 2004 an average of 863 death per 100,000, 0.86% of the population with a life expectancy of 66 years.  It is estimated that 2,398,343 people died in the U.S. in 2004, 808 per 100,000, 0.83% of the population, a decrease of 49,945 from the previous year, the life expectancy at birth in 2004 reached 77.9 years, 76 years for men and 80 for women.  The leading cause of death was cardiovascular disease (654,000), followed by cancer (550,000), stroke (150,000), respiratory disease (140,000), accident (109,000), diabetes (73,000), Alzheimer’s disease (66,000), influenza/pneumonia (61,500), nephritis (43,000), septicemia (33,500), liver disease (27,000), homicide (22,000), Parkinson’s (19,500), HIV/AIDS (13,000) and suicide (11,000).  Estimates of the number of deaths caused by medical malpractice and product liability range from 250,000 proven cases in 2004 to 780,000 in 2001 and taking into the consideration the damage caused by the malevolent distribution of laboratory pathogens the number of death caused by medical science can be conservatively estimated at over a million.  To process the human remains there were 23,015 death care service establishments employing 165,000, 0.05% of the work force, generating revenues of $12.6 billion, with a payroll of $3.5 billion, not including the manufacturers of caskets and funeral supplies.  Per death receipts for funeral services are estimated to total $4,166 for a burial and $1,080 for a cremation on average.  Federal regulation of the funeral industry is currently limited to the National Cemeteries under the supervision of the Secretary of Veteran’s Affairs and a prohibition of unfair and deceptive advertising in the funeral industry that must provide a general price list to consumers.  Under current law estate taxes are limited to those estates valued over $3.5 million and national revenues were only around $23 billion; aiming to avoid Probate.


Book 8 Drug Regulation (DR)  


To repeal Chapter 8 Gorgas Hospital §300-320, to legalize marijuana and drugs worldwide, to ensure Americans have access to chemically tested generic prescription drugs without prescription online and/or over-the-counter, ie. Amantadine, ampicillin, doxycycline and metronidazole, to overcome Microsoft senility with Libre Office and Text Editor and reduce the price of Apple computers, to beware of cell phone GPS stalking by Cisco routers, to use Basic gmail for cc: (secret email, list), to regulate the $1 trillion global drug market with $600 billion in pharmaceutical sales and $400 billion in recreational drug sales, other than alcohol ($1 trillion and $890 billion tobacco sales, worldwide $160 billion pharmaceutical and $65 billion recreational drug sales, other than alcohol $400 billion and tobacco $59 billion in the U.S. in 2001, subsequently fatal prescription opiate overdoses have increase 500-1000% and legal action is necessary, to remove drugs from the UN Office of Crime, to transfer the International Narcotic Control Board (INCB) to the World Health Organization (WHO), to abolish the FBI, ATF, DEA, Department of State International Law and Narcotic Enforcement bribery, Office of Justice Programs, repeal White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and critically review FDA Office of Criminal Investigations convictions and federal police bribery under the Slavery Convention of 1926, to create in the Treasury a Bureau for Alcohol, Tobacco and Marijuana (ATM) from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, to create in the FDA a Drug Evaluation Agency (DEA) to receive Office of Diversion Control license fees, to reschedule Tobacco and Alcohol II and Marijuana III in the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) and eliminate sentencing, to repeal the automatically refilled military contract loophole in DEA Form 222 and stop disclosing consumer’s confidential patient identifying information, to enhance control of biologic and toxic products by limiting the scientific and medical use of monoclonal antibodies to cancer drug manufacturing and the FDA fast track drug, to wear a respirator when working in the dirt, to reduce crop insurance premiums for organic farmers to 10% less than contaminated fields, to limit exclusively for medical use antibiotics in animal feed, pesticides and chemical fertilizers, to improve food quality and repopulate farms and forests at urban rates of education and welfare without Roundup or rBGH addiction or high risk career in mining, wildfire fighting, agriculture, commercial fishing and forestry, from least to most dangerous rural career, since the Mining Safety and Health Act of 1977, to ratify the 1982 Law of the Sea and 1992 Convention on Biological Diversity and all biosafety and redress protocols, to conduct a scientific to study to see if new equipment makes logging safer and perhaps limit commercial logging to mobile crews with heavy equipment, or if logging would be safer limited to a jogging road or other socially and ecologically sound planning method, to reduce agricultural risk with tractor roll-over protection (ROPS) and seat-belt promotion, to refund organic tobacco vendors a tax rebate, for 14 years a year for rolling tobacco and 17.5 years a year for small cigars, for each year of the excessive excise tax of 2009, to eliminate sentences for illicit drug possession and trafficking, and to release all nonviolent drug prisoners.


Book 9 Public Health Department (PHD)


To supplement Chapter 9 Hospitalization of Mentally Ill Nationals Returned from Foreign Countries §321-329 that is transferred to Chapter 4.  Common infectious diseases accounted for 40% of all deaths in 1900 but they accounted for only 4% of all deaths in 2000. Cardiovascular disease (CVD; heart disease and stroke) accounted for 14% of all deaths in 1900 and for 37% in 2000. Cancer accounted for only 4% of all deaths in 1900 but for 23% in 2000.  In 1900, infant mortality was 162 per 1,000 live births and life expectancy at birth was only 47 years. In 1940, infant mortality was 63 per 1,000 live births and life expectancy was 55 years. In 2000, infant mortality was 7 per 1,000 and life expectancy was 77 years.  The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) needs transform itself into a Public Health Department (PHD), as should have been done in the Department of Education Re-organization Act on May 4, 1980, 20USC(48)V§3508, to account for a trillion dollar limit on federal public health spending until national health expenditure is less than 10% of GDP by 2030 with a 2.5% health annuity retroactively beginning January 1, 2016. Credit is due Medicare Part B and ACA premium payers for any overpayment of the 2.5% inflation in price of premium from the previous year, to be sustainable. In 2014 private health insurance, including about 10 million Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace policies, enrollment increased from 147 million to 207 million. The number of uninsured adults is estimated to have declined from 22% in 2013 to 16% in 2014. High growth in human services FY 2017 must be accounted for separately with a 250% increase in supplemental security income (SSI) if the Commissioner of Social Security and Congress pass the Without Income Limit Law (LAW) and choose a 3% economic growth year instead of 2.4% in 2016. HHS Budget-in-brief FY 2016-17 totals are inaccurate in regards to the exact amount of agency spending and must be redone in the same style of receiving reports from the departments. The CMS Justification of Estimates for Appropriations Committees are useless. The 2014 Report of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Hospital Insurance and Supplemental Medical Insurance Trust Funds is more or less accurate, but requires a little subtraction to arrive at a fairly accurate corroboration of the total federal outlays in FY 2014. The 2015 report is tardy. It turns out the 2014 report cannot be held harmless for the most extortionate 50% Part B premium inflation 2015-16 ever, in a long history of cruel and unusual inflation, justified by high Ultimate Assumptions about inflation, that must be corrected for a stable 2.5% health annuity, the 2015 report is tardy - 2.5% spending growth estimates from FY 2014 for Medicare programs is fair baseline for HHS Medicare spending estimates. Medicaid estimates for 2014 are complicated by a 15.9% increase in enrollment and 15.3% reduction in beneficiaries settled by 0.5% + 2.5% health annuity = 3% growth 2014, 2.5% every year thereafter. Health, United States, 2015 broke the 17.4% of GDP deflator (2009-2013) while attempting to create a working account balance to capitalize upon a downward revision in Investment, that is justified on the basis of reinvestment of that year's health expenditures, and in Public health, that absurdly cites federal public health spending nearly exactly although being so fundamental to government public health is probably equally financed by both state and local governments. The national health expenditure totals are useless. By not deflating the 2013 private health insurance estimates, the Actuary is accounting for investment securities other than net health insurance premiums, and the 17.3% of GDP 2009-2013 and 17.5% of GDP 2014 deflator estimate is actually an inflator in regards to the private health insurance estimates. Suicide rates have increased nearly as much as fatal opiate overdose deaths since 1999.


Book 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH)  


To supplement the transfer of Chapter 1 Navy Hospitals, Army and Navy Hospitals, and Hospital Relief for Seamen and Other §1-40 to Chapter 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home §400-435.  The Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH) houses approximately 1,600 veterans at the U.S. Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home (USSAH in Washington D.C. and the U.S. Naval Home (USNH) in Gulfport, Mississippi.  At an average age of 76, the largest percentage of residents, 80% are WWII veterans, 30% in Korea and 10% in Vietnam.  The average length of stay is 10.6 years.  The Naval Home was established in the Naval Hospitals Act of Feb. 26, 1811 by Paul Hamilton of South Carolina, secretary of the Navy, under President James Madison.  The charter was to provide a permanent asylum for old and disabled naval officers, seamen and Marines.  The Naval Home was however not officially opened until 1834 after James Fillebrown, Secretary of Commissioners of Navy Hospitals appealed his embezzlement conviction to the Supreme Court in 1833, it was known as the Naval Asylum until the name was changed to the Naval Home in 1880.  The Soldier’s Home was established in 1851, as an asylum for old and disabled veterans.  It was at the Soldier’s Home that President Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation.  The Soldiers’ Home began admitting airmen in 1917 and officially changed its name to Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home in 1972.  The Naval Home was initially funded by contributions from the active force. This contribution was augmented by all fines imposed upon persons of the Navy and was the principal source of monies for the Naval Hospital Fund/Pension Fund. The Pension Fund also received all money accruing from the sale of prizes of war. For nearly 100 years these monies funded the Naval Home.  In 1934, the Pension Fund was abolished by Congress and the proceeds were deposited into the U.S. Treasury. From 1935 until 1991, the Naval Home was funded by Navy appropriations. Today, it is funded by monthly withholding from active duty troops, fines and forfeitures, interest off the Trust Fund and resident fees, to reduce the deficit and debt by abolishing the Other Defense – Civil Programs and Allowances rows from OMB Table 4.1 Outlays by Agency and equivalent amount of undistributed offsetting receipts before 2009.


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