Hospitals & Asylums
By Anthony J. Sanders
State Mental Institution Library Education (SMILE)
To supplement Chapter 4 Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital §161-230. 71 million students were enrolled in the US in the 2016-2017 school year. The US spent 6.2% of its GDP on education in 2014, this remains the second highest rate in the world, due to hyperinflation in higher education. Thanks to State funding, Congress may sustain normal 3.5% of GDP (2014) OECD elementary and secondary education spending, with 3% annual federal spending growth from CR 18. $788 billion total elementary and secondary school funding 2017-2018 divided by 55.7 million pupils equals $14,147 per pupil enrolled in public, charter or private school, excluding 1.7 million children homeschooled. Although 50% recovered from the recession, public K-12 teachers and other school workers have decreased by -135,000 since 2008, while the number of students has risen by 1,419,000 in 2015. Total elementary and secondary enrollment is underestimated to increase 2% between fall 2016 and fall 2026, when enrollment is expected to reach 56.8 million, but continuation of stable 0.4% average annual growth 2012-2016 would increase the population 4% to 57.9 million. State employees, to get better than $200 a month disability, and the rich, to end child poverty by 2020 and all poverty by 2030, must begin paying the full 12.4% OASDI payroll tax, with due process of obsolete Title I of the Social Security Act. 3% annual growth for elementary and secondary school education budget is the way to avoid the higher average cost of Art. 50 of the Fourth Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilians in Times of War of 1949. A Bachelor degree is required to eliminate recidivism for all law enforcement officers, voluntary or mandatory. To reduce unemployment in law school graduates, satisfied with the jury of public defenders, the plan is to include 4-20 week police and correctional academies in the three-year law school curriculum. The cost of higher education in the United States is the second highest in the world, 2.5% of the GDP. 1.5% of GDP higher education spending is considered normal, for the purpose of sustaining normal 5% of GDP education spending. As of 2011, when the US ceased paying UNESCO dues to discrimination against Palestine, the $6,750 average annual loan, is no longer enough to afford the tuition at public institutions, charging an average of $7,380 a year in tuition 2015-2016 up from $6,003 in 2010-2011. Enrollment in higher education has decreased by -7% between 2010 and 2016 from 18.1 million to 16.9 million students. Tuition prices at public universities must be reduced to increase enrollment, and pocket money, without raising the Student loan amount more than 2.7% annually. Congress must exclude [revenues], [student loan savings], [collections], [$100 billion program level] and [mandatory funds for discretionary programs], from the President's budget total under 2USC§661c. Student loans and other federal loan programs open to private investment. University Presidents to invest excessive compensation in student loans with a 20% grant component, including 11.5% default rate. Congress must enact a real 1 cent per dollar subsidy - $1 billion of defaulted student loan forgiveness per year.
Supplemental Security Income Tax Act of 2019 HA-20-12-18
To end child poverty by 2020 and all poverty by 2030. Revenues have stalled out at $2.5 trillion FY 17- FY 19. The FY 17 surplus was sabotaged by a -5% decline in individual income tax growth from an average annual rate of 8% 1990-2016 to 2.7% FY 17, 4.6% FY 18 and 1.7% FY 19. 8% individual income tax revenue growth must be restored by fulling funding the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) $13 billion with 3% annual growth from FY 16, rather than $12.3 billion. Customs must sell migrant workers social security number travel documents for <$10 under Art. 1 Sec. 9 Cl. 1 of the US Constitution. 26USC§4611(b)(1)(B) and the letter (A)' must be repealed and Subsection (c)(3) appended to provide that all energy exports shall be taxed at a rate of 6% of wholesale value. The Federal Reserve should lower interest rates to highest rate able to return more than last year. FEMA is advised to solicit matching funds from county permits, and construction loans, before and after a disaster. In the final week of FY 18 there was an estimated $40 billion to pay $90 billion in arrears, prioritizing $30 billion welfare and energy arrears with the [$14,294 billion debt ceiling under 31USC§3101 (2018)]. Because the actual amount of debt is disputed, the new debt ceiling should be [$500 billion] more than the previous year [$14,794 billion] to encourage the passage of the SSI tax on the rich, [$666 billion] [$14,960 billion] untaxed, to ensure CR 19 takes accurate measure of CMS and limits DoD spending to no more or less than 3% growth from CR 18. Spending growth by the military departments must be limited to 3% by FY 20. 2.6% military pay-raise propaganda is overruled by a 2% pay-raise + 1% net new employees = 3% annual increase in payroll. Budget cuts, collective expulsion of immigrants, sanctions, propaganda to induce volunteers in the armed forces and donor fatigue are all prohibited by the Fourth Geneva Convention Relating to the Protection of Civilians (1949). By removing [student loans savings] in brackets from the President's education budget total, FY 17 will be finally enacted. Congress must pay 2.5% annual growth in outlays for government and energy, 3% for services, education and health, 3.3% for food stamp, 4% disability and 6% for the OASI. Low income workers and beneficiaries need a 3% COLA every year inflation runs 2.5% - 3%, and the trust fund ratio is >20% to re-interpret Sec. 215(i) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§415(i). Federal minimum wage must be amended from $7.25 an hour to '$7.50 in 2019 and 3% more every year thereafter.' under 29USC§206(a)(1)(D). To end child poverty by 2020 tax loopholes for Title I and the rich in Section 230 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§430 must be repealed. The 12.4% OASDI and SSI payroll tax on all income would be distributed 2.3% SSI 2.1% DI 8.0% OASI. The due date for the Annual Reports must be amended from April 1 to the 'summer solstice June 20-21' in Sec. 1161 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§1320c-10. To alleviate pressure driving perennial OASI outlay overestimates, prematurely declaring a combined trust fund deficit beginning in 2018, the DI tax rate must be retroactively amended to 2.1% beginning in 2018 under Sec. 201(b)(1)(T) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§401(b)(1)(T) before the expiration of the Bipartisan Budget Act 1 January 2019. Please vote to confirm this Message of the Public Trustees and sign the Annual Report with a once-in-a-lifetime promotion from $693 (2018) to $2,000 (2019) a month disability under 2USC§636(d), 24CFR§1.8 and 24USC§422(d)(1).