Hospitals & Asylums
Tort Reform Act of 2009 HA-9-9-9
By Tony J. Sanders
To amend Title 18 of the US Code Chapter 113C to uphold Arts. 2, 4 & 14 of the Convention against Torture (CAT) and ratify the Optional Protocol thereto, to appoint a meaningful national penal torture investigation, to revolutionize the international understanding to of torture to be the fundamental principle of health theology, to convene a meeting of the American Medical Association (AMA) Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs to amend their Opinion on Torture, to require all health institutions to employ Ethics Committees comprised of moral professionals, social workers, scholars and disability advocates pursuant to Opinion E 9.11, to amend the Children’s Health Insurance Reauthorization Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-3) for a flat 158% tax increase so as not to penalize the poor 2,653% and child proof 2,159%, to appropriate all proceeds from the Attorney General’s Master Tobacco Settlement to offset nearly all expected costs of S-CHIP, to recognize the persecution of civil hedonists by criminal torturers and begin to reverse nearly four decades of damages from degradation to food and drug statute, to secure the recall of biological products presenting imminent hazards against military, judicial, foreign service and communist loopholes, grade compliance with the CAT for the purpose of determining whether or not the health agenda and political participation is safe, and having purchased rights from the author, to consider passing an Amended Constitution of the United States.
Be the Democratic and Republican (DR) torture party Dissolved, pending achievement of an A grade or better under the criterion established in Article 7 of this Act pertaining to compliance with the torture convention and purchase of rights from the author Hospitals & Asylums, referred to the Secretary of State and AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs who do not kill their b(k)ills.
Art. 1 Torture Defined
Art. 3 Civil Tort
Art. 5 Recent Statutory Offenses
Art. 6 Decline of the Republic
Art. 1 Torture Defined
As defined in 18USC(113C)§2340 and used in this Chapter;
1.“Torture” means an act committed by a person acting under the color of law specifically intended to inflict severe physical or mental pain or suffering (other than pain or suffering incidental to lawful sanctions) upon another person within his custody or physical control.
2.“Severe mental pain or suffering” means the prolonged mental harm caused by or resulting from (A) the intentional infliction or threatened infliction of severe physical pain or suffering; (B) the administration or application, or threatened administration or application, of mind-altering substances or other procedures calculated to disrupt profoundly the senses or the personality; (C) the threat of imminent death; or (D) the threat that another person will imminently be subjected to death, severe physical pain or suffering, or the administration or application of mind-altering substances or other procedures calculated to disrupt profoundly the senses or personality; and
3. “United States” means the several States of the United States, the District of Columbia, and the commonwealths, territories, and possessions of the United States.
i. Because the United States is State Party to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 26 June 1987 and the 111th Congress is in material breech of, not only Art. 14, but also of, Arts. 2 & 4, and to regain the trust of the public sufficiently to be confident in health reform legislation, it behooves the Congress to insert a paragraph (4) in section 18USC(113C)§2340 whereby;
4. The United States is party to both the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CAT) of 26 June 1987 and the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 4 February 2003.
ii. Prior to this Act the United States was not party to the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 4 February 2003 that establishes a national torture investigating unit to respond to reports of torture in penal institutions. Furthermore, to do justice to the prohibition with respect to biological weapons under 18USC(10)I§175 so degraded over the past 40 years, that the clauses in sentences of paragraph 2 (B&D) are amended from;
“the administration or application, or threatened administration or application, of mind-altering substances or other procedures calculated to disrupt profoundly the senses or the personality” to;
The administration or application, or threatened administration or application, of toxic, pathogenic or mind-altering substance or other procedures calculated to disrupt profoundly the physiology, sense or the personality.
iii. The original sin (other than pain or suffering incidental to lawful sanctions) from Art. 1 of the CAT for which the United States has an F- and the CAT itself is flawed, must be repealed. It is not a defense that the act of torture was incidental to lawful sanctions and officials who issue lawful sanctions under which people acting under color of law perpetrate the crime of torture are guilty of negligence and the perpetrators of abuse. That penal punishment is torture and educational bad grades are degrading does not want a legislative defense so as not to promote the abuse of the legitimate power of the respectable members of the community, that the laws should seek to progressively abolish.
Art. 2 Criminal Violation of Arts. 2 & 4 of the Convention
1.Since the 111th Congress the United States is no longer protected under 18USC(113C)§2340A that has been doctored to state,
(a) Whoever “outside the United States” commits or attempts to commit torture shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both, and if death results to any person from conduct prohibited by this subsection, shall be punished by death or imprisoned for any term of years or for life.
(b) Jurisdiction.— There is jurisdiction over the activity prohibited in subsection (a) if—
(1) the alleged offender is a national of the United States; or
(2) the alleged offender is present in the United States, irrespective of the nationality of the victim or alleged offender.
c. A person who conspires to commit an offense under this section shall be subject to the same penalties (other than the penalty of death) as the penalties prescribed for the offense, the commission of which was the object of the conspiracy.
i. To reinstate criminal penalties as required under Arts. 2 & 4 of the CAT that states,
Art 2 Each State Party shall take effective legislative, administrative, judicial or other measures to prevent acts of torture in any territory under its jurisdiction. No exceptional circumstances whatsoever, whether a state of war or a threat of war, internal political in stability or any other public emergency, may be invoked as a justification of torture. An order from a superior officer or a public authority may not be invoked as a justification of torture.
Art. 4 Each State Party shall ensure that all acts of torture are offences under its criminal law. The same shall apply to an attempt to commit torture and to an act by any person which constitutes complicity or participation in torture. Each State Party shall make these offences punishable by appropriate penalties which take into account their grave nature.
ii. The phrase “outside the United States” shall be repealed, thereby ensuring that all acts of torture are offences under its criminal law.
Art. 3 Civil Tort
1.Exclusive Remedies at 18USC(113C)§2340B has omitted reference to the civil tort since time immemorial, although it is required to under Arts. 2 & 14 of the CAT, Exclusive Remedies states, in its entirety;
Nothing in this chapter shall be construed as precluding the application of State or local laws on the same subject, nor shall anything in this chapter be construed as creating any substantive or procedural right enforceable by law by any party in any civil proceeding.
i.This section must be rewritten to impart knowledge regarding the fundamental principle of the legal system - the civil tort. A “tort” is defined as an infraction of law for which compensation is due. The payment of such compensation is termed a “civil tort”. Most tort claims settle on the basis of theory on “tort of negligence” in regards to the “failure to use ordinary care, to do, or not do, something that a reasonably careful person would”. Under a theory of negligence it is extremely important that the legal and ethical systems do not fail to adjudicate under penalty of political corruption. To meet the threshold of “torture”, the infraction of law is a crime that “caused severe physical or mental pain upon another person within their custody or physical control”. The importance of the civil tort in the legal system is that the Court orders compensation and other civil remedies, such as restraining orders, decertifying and firing offenders, for an offence that would otherwise be strictly criminal, thereby avoiding reckless criminal prosecutions and fines that might lead to conspiracy, be subversive to civil society and neglect the victim.
2. 18USC(113C)§2340B is therefore rewritten so that it is titled; Civil Tort:
a. The civil tort is fundamental to the administration of justice. 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, in a written trial of abuse without recrimination and appellate theory of negligence, 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, his dependants shall be entitled to compensation. In all cases the victim shall enjoy confidentiality.
i. State professional license disciplinary boards, Social Security Administration and institutional ethics committees comprised of moral professionals, social workers, scholars and disciplinary advocates, shall arbitrate claims of professional malpractice that constitute torture insofar as they “caused severe physical or mental pain upon another person within their custody or physical control”. They shall render written advice in regards to the “failure to use ordinary care, to do, or not do, something that a reasonably careful person would” and whether the practitioner is fit to continue working and if so, under what conditions. They shall pay the victim of an act of torture “fair and adequate compensation” including the means for “as full a rehabilitation as possible”.
ii. There shall be no filing fee in the US District Court for the trial of torture that occurred in federal custody, was removed from a state court or under professional health care. The Court and attorneys shall settle as swiftly as reasonably possible on the facts and the law and be paid. Failure to compensate, or on the part of lawyers to at least advocate for the compensation of the victims of bona fide claims of torture or to report the decision to the license bureaus constitutes legal malpractice and conspiracy - disbarment.
Art. 4 Request to Convene a Meeting of the AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs on “Torture the Fundamental Principle of Health Theology”
A. This Act seeks to restore a Republican form of Government that not only prohibits torture but upholds the fundamental legal principle of the civil tort for the benefit of the socio-economy and politics free of fear and want. By respecting the fundamental principle of health theology, newly coined in the Legal Consequences of Off-Season Flu Delivery HA-14-5-09 to guide international treaties of the 21st century after the laws of war were perfected in the 20th century - that health is hell - not so much a social good as a social injustice of pain, inflammation and suffering on earth that dominates the alma mater. By passing this Act, to extend the protection of torture statute to include victims of medical malpractice, and requiring all health institutions to employ Ethics Committees, called for in AMA Opinion E 9.11, comprised of moral professionals, social workers, scholars and disability advocates, the United States would not only be satisfying the minimum requirements of the CAT and Optional Protocol, but would revolutionize the international understanding of torture as an undesirable characteristic of human nature of utmost significance to public health, quality of life, social equality and longevity.
1. Under AMA Code of Medical Ethics Opinion 2.067 Torture refers to the deliberate, systematic, or wanton administration of cruel, inhumane, and degrading treatments or punishments during imprisonment or detainment. Physicians must oppose and must not participate in torture for any reason. Participation in torture includes, but is not limited to, providing or withholding any services, substances, or knowledge to facilitate the practice of torture. Physicians must not be present when torture is used or threatened. Physicians may treat prisoners or detainees if doing so is in their best interest, but physicians should not treat individuals to verify their health so that torture can begin or continue. Physicians who treat torture victims should not be persecuted. Physicians should help provide support for victims of torture and, whenever possible, strive to change situations in which torture is practiced or the potential for torture is great.
2. AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs definitely needs to convene a meeting to discuss the crime of torture in light of this Act and the butchery of torture statute foreseen by the drafters of the treaty. Not to allow the sense of medical moral superiority to the legislature on the issue of torture to run to righteousness, it is the opinion of the United States that torture is a crime against the physical and mental health of victims within the “custody and physical control” of the perpetrator, however the un-reviewed AMA Ethical Opinion denies any medical responsibility for torture, that is a crime reserved for “cruel, inhumane, and degrading treatments or punishments during imprisonment or detainment”. This opinion does not do the nurse the justice needed to reject the provisions of the “curse” nor the home health aid “to relieve pain and suffering, to prolong life and improve general well being of the patient”. For the health professions to achieve a minimum level of responsibility to prevent the crime of torture, wherefore this Act, that calls for an AMA Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs meeting and decision on “the law against torture as the fundamental principle of health theology”, demands the words “during imprisonment or detainment” be amended to conform with the statute so that the conclusion of the first sentence instead reads, “to a victim within the custody or physical control or the perpetrator”.
A. The United States Congress has a long history of not ensuring in their laws that victims of torture are entitled to compensation pursuant to Arts. 2 & 14 of the CAT. By failing to be party to the Optional Protocol of 4 February 2003 the United States breeched their obligation to fulfill Art. 2 safeguards. The United States was then held responsible for Bush Administration war time torture interrogation policies in contravention to Art. 2(2). First by self-determinate reports regarding Abu Ghraib in the Taguba Report On Iraqi Prisoner Abuse, in Defense of the 800th Military Police Brigade of May 2, 2004 and The Independent Panel Report On DoD Detention Operations and Abu Ghraib Abuses of August 2004. Secondly by the Commission on Human Rights and Committee Against Torture Report on the Situation of Detainees at Guantanamo Bay of 15 February 2006 and Committee Against Torture Consideration of Reports Submitted by State Parties under Article 19 of the Convention of 18 May 2006.
1.The repeal of statutory criminal penalties for crimes of torture committed in the United States, by the 111th Congress and the President, who stated to the press for the occasion of its unveiling, “the United States does not torture”, officially derogated Art. 4 and this constitutes complicity and participation in torture there under and conspiracy under 18USC(113C)§2340A(c). The grave nature of this political crime is that it is a crime against humanity, war crime and crime against peace and therefore a serious impediment to the operations of both the government and the socio-economy. The rational citizen is no longer safe to petition the government for a redress of grievances and the independent observer would find that the government does nothing but finance the terrorism of torture with biological weapons in contravention to the prohibition at 18USC(10)I§175 under the color of health care reform and financial sector bailouts and the judge that the Democratic and Republican (DR) parties are in fact one, bi-polar affective, State Party, controlling all levels of government, higher education and professions and those under their influence, who without the safeguard of torture statute, must be dissolved to protect oneself against domestic violence.
2. What seems to have happened is that the Republican Bush Administration, under Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez and his assistant John Woo, did rhetorically decriminalize the crime of torture, using the voodoo doll of war time interrogation. Democrats and some Republicans, at least at first, opposed this abuse of power. When the Democrats seized the Congressional majority in 2006 it however came to light that the Democratic Party, with its socio-pathic health and science agenda, is in fact the more insidiously torturous political party. Under the Second and Third Amendments to the US Constitution the housing sector became a torture chamber for Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s jealously defended covert operatives. This devastated the sub-prime mortgage market and without state responsibility for recalling the Adjustable Rate Mortgage Ban (ARM) HA-10-5-07 and for compensating torture victims judicially or by adequately staffing the Social Security Administration pursuant to the Social Work Act of 2008 HA-17-6-08 the contagion spread to the financial sector.
3. In the 2008 Presidential elections Barack Obama then made a fatal mistake betraying his constituents to advocate for the FISA re-authorization, then infringing on the territorial integrity of his supporters, and then massacring civilians in Afghanistan as redress in Human Rights Campaign (HRC), Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), et al, plaintiffs v. US Presidential Candidates Barack Obama and John McCain whose foreign policies fail Asia and the Near East (ANE), US Congress in defense of Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) and the Court of International Trade (CoITUS), defendants HA-28-7-08. Instead of answering to his crime the presidential candidate however unethically played the role of the defense attorney and selected from the ranks of the Democratic a new Vice, the “most homicidal official in the world”, the patent court holder for HIV/AIDS. Undermined by larcenous and invasive bailouts the economy swiftly failed to Devaluate United Nations Currency Enforcement (DUNCE) HA-13-11-08 and then to Disseminate the World Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development HA-14-8-09.
4. As of April 1 the Children’s Health Insurance Reauthorization Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-3) raised the tax on hand-rolling tobacco 2,159%, small cigars 2,653%, cigarettes and most tobacco products 158% and large cigars 0%. The new tax is not only hypocritical on the part of the President, who failed to keep his campaign promise to quit smoking, it regressively increases the taxes on the products preferred by the poor 20 more, doesn’t increase the tax on large cigars smoked by the rich, and makes no provision for appropriating the Attorney General Tobacco Master Settlement that is exact change for S-CHIP. The price of regulate cigarettes went up about a dollar but is still hovering around $5 a pack, many hand-rolling tobacco products doubled in price and in many stores certain brands were removed from the shelves. In 2008 total S-CHIP expenditures were $2.7 billion from States and $6 billion from the federal government for a total of $8.7 billion. The Attorney General Tobacco Master Settlement is a total of $206 billion over 25 years, an average of $8 billion a year. The rhetoric, that every 10% increase in the price of cigarettes reduces youth smoking by seven percent and overall smoking by four percent, is probably inaccurate because the price of child-proof roll-your-own cigarettes increased and many of those smokers are switching to pre-rolled. To protest tax and spend liberalism without representation American Solution hosted Tax Day Tea Parties around the nation and refused to allow free speech on the issue of the tobacco tax, as many as half a million people attended and they all agree to throw the 111th Congress in the harbor. To be fair the tobacco tax legislation must do two things, first it must increase the tax on all products equally at 158%, second the legislation must appropriate every last penny of the Attorney General Tobacco Master Settlement to defray nearly the entire cost of S-CHIP because that is the money that is inciting the gun violence at Virginia Tech and on the news.
Art. IV Section IV of the US Constitution ensures that “the United States shall guarantee in every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government and shall protect each of them against Invasion, and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence”. In his Social Contract of 1762, Jean-Jacques Rousseau explains, a Republican form of government means not that the government is democratically elected or adheres to a certain ideology but that it adheres to and operates in accordance with the rule of law. We shall turn the other cheek to the effrontery to the power of the people, the victims of domestic violence and self-less contributors to the general will, and assume it is the people who are guaranteed a Republican form of Government based, in modern times, upon internationally recognized human rights treaties such as the CAT and adjudication of civil torts for their benefit and for the benefit of a society and government that is not infested with and dominated by torturers.
1.The corruption of torture statute leaked its way into the United States Code, health care system and society, via laboratory security, slowly, beginning in 1971. The statutory degradation began with establishment of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in the Department of Justice rather than as a consumer protection arm of the Food and Drug Agency (FDA) ultra vires the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) of 1971 that slipped marijuana into Schedule I most dangerous substance and perverted further Food and Drug statute to persecute street drugs and obstruct the recall of dangerous pharmaceutical drugs. The Strasbourg Agreement of 1971, the Patent Classification Treaty (PCT), offensively omitted special classification and isolation of disease pathogens in spite of the Strasbourg Agreement of 1675 that was the first treaty to prohibit poison weapons. By 1979 the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) dropped out of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) without achieving their degree. Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) since the codification of Title 22 in 1924, World Whore III, the HIV/AIDS epidemic, was declared in the Customs Court Act of 1980 that created the Court of International Trade of the United States (CoITUS). Whereupon, it is presumed the civil tort fell out of use in the federal torture statute.
2. To secure for this Act heightened control of dangerous biological products without legislative dependence upon the judiciary the power to recall products presenting imminent hazards under 42USC(6A)(2)(F)(1)§262 (d,1) must be defended against abuse of the military, judicial, foreign service, scientific and communist loopholes in 5USCI(5)II§554 (a,1-6). Judging from the 11,037 malpractice payments made in 2008 that were 30.7 percent lower than the average number of payments recorded, in all previous years, the lowest for three straight years, as reported by Public Citizen’s analysis of malpractice payments as reported in the National Practitioner Data Bank Public Use File for the years 1990 to 2005 of January 2007 as amended, the judiciary is torturing and a judiciary that cannot be trusted to adjudicate civil torts, an estimated 25% of 100 million annual medical patients, cannot be trusted to protect society against the very powerful toxic invasion headed by the incumbent President of the Senate, Speaker of the House and Secretary of Defense, who like their corporations and institutions of higher education have written into the law that they are immune from civil and criminal liability for the crimes of torture. The torture is such popular with their espionage they stand accused of Acts of Terrorism Transcending National Boundaries under 18USCI(113B)§2332b for the purpose of revoking the asylum granted in federal political office to these accused criminals against humanity, peace and against the principles of the United Nations in contravention to Art. 1(2) and 4 of the Declaration on Territorial Asylums of 14 December 1967.
3.Whereas the Eighth Amendment to the US Constitution of 1791 provides, “excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted” and the United States is party to the CAT, it is not necessary to argue the superiority of the human rights case to domestic law including Constitutional law to require Congress to amend Title 18 of the US Code Chapter 113C as directed in sub-sections A-C of this Section under the Art. IV Sec. 4 of, and the VIII and the XIV Amendments to the US Constitution, as normally required as the burden of proof of obligation to international law under Art. 2 & 4(1) of the Draft Articles on State Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts of 12 December 2001. However in light of the unreasonable burden on and danger to petitioners, it seems important to stress that under Art. 30 the United States is responsible for the cessation and non-repitition of this serious legislative breech of Arts. 2, 4 & 14 of the CAT. Furthermore under Art. 31 of the Comments on the Draft Articles it is not only a responsibility of every State to make reparation for every internationally wrongful act, but traditionally, the petitioner does not need to beg, it is the duty of the State to pay victims of its own accord, on the basis of material and moral damage, biased to alleviate human poverty.
1. This concluding article sets forth, a criterion, with which individuals can grade the compliance of the federal government with reversing the very serious degradation of the laws caused by serious legislative breeches of Arts. 2, 4 & 14 of the CAT, as redressed in sub-sections A-C of this Act, so as to come to a rational decision regarding the wisdom and safety of their personal socio-economic participation in the political process, their confidence in the recovery of the United States and global economy from the World Financial and Economic Crisis and most of all their confidence in the ability of the United States Congress to legislate health care reform on the basis of their Genocidal Parent Association (GPA) as a Torturer.
F. Torture statute at Title 18 of the US Code Chapter 113C is not brought into compliance with the CAT by legislative amendment an F. The original sin (other than pain or suffering incidental to lawful sanctions) from Art. 1 of the CAT for which the United States has an F- and the CAT itself is flawed must be repealed. It is not a defense that the act of torture was incidental to lawful sanctions and officials who issue lawful sanctions under which people acting under color of law perpetrated the crime of torture are guilty of negligence and the perpetrators of abuse. That penal punishment is torture and educational bad grades are degrading does not want a legislative defense so as not to promote the abuse the legitimate power of the respectable members of the community that the laws should seek to progressively abolish.
D. Torture statute is amended only so far as to remove the “outside the United States” provision at 18USC(113C)§2340A(a) bringing criminal law protection of federal statute into compliance with Art. 4 of the CAT, for people in the United States.
C. Torture statute pertaining to Exclusive Remedies 18USC(113C)§2340B is amended to recognize the fundamental legal principle of the, Civil Tort, pursuant to Arts. 2 & 14 of the CAT. It would only result in a C- if the law was amended to reflect the Civil Tort but not the criminal penalties. It would result in a C+ to include reference to the State License Disciplinary Boards and/or confidentiality and/or tort of negligence as it pertains to legal malpractice and /or no filing fee for tort claims against the federal government, referrals from the state courts and licensed health care providers. A, C, for civil tort, would be sufficient guarantee for the passage of health legislation. The health care bill must begin with this proof, the civil tort, that the federal government doesn’t warship health theology, but if the statute is not amended to allow for civil torts, the health care bill, no matter the lip service it pays, is not acceptable.
B. Torture statute is appended at 18USC(113C)§2340 paragraph (4) to admit both the CAT and the previously un-ratified Optional Protocol. If the President fails to exclude for investigation his wife, Vice President, Speaker of the House and Secretary of Defense from selecting the members of the national torture investigative unit, or otherwise sabotages the human resource a B-. If the criminal or civil tort provisions are not amended a C+ or C if the torture investigative unit is corrupt. If the federal government creates a meaningful penal torture investigation unit a B+.
A.Torture statute is amended a 18USC(113C)§2340(2) (B&D) from; “the administration or application, or threatened administration or application, of mind-altering substances or other procedures calculated to disrupt profoundly the senses or the personality” to; “the administration or application, or threatened administration or application, of toxic, pathogenic or mind-altering substance or other procedures calculated to disrupt profoundly the physiology, sense or the personality” and all civil, criminal and professional provisions of this Section, pertaining to the health care institution requirement to employ ethics committees comprised of moral professionals, social workers, scholars and disability advocates are passed, A -. Any shortfall from these expectations by the CAT and author results in a B. For an A the rights of this section must be purchased from Hospitals & Asylums’ author, as is, and passed as an Act by Congress and signed by the President. For an A + all the provision for an A would need to be satisfactorily secured with the author to embark on the boldest Amendment to the US Constitution since the Bill of Rights it amends at II and III by reporting upon and attempting to pass the Amended US Constitution HA-26-7-09
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In the short months since the start of the 111th Congress and the inauguration of President Barack Obama, Congress has begun to tackle some of our nation’s most pressing issues. The House Energy and Commerce Committee, which I chair, has made significant progress on a number of key priorities that will strengthen our health and the environment:
Health Care Reform: On July 31st, 2008, the Energy and Commerce Committee reported H.R. 3200, America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009. H.R. 3200 will reduce health care costs, protect and increase consumer choice, and guarantee access to quality, affordable health care.
Food Safety: On July 30th, the House passed H.R. 2749, the Food Safety Enhancement Act, fundamentally changing how America protects its food supply.
Energy Independence and Climate Change: On June 26, 2009, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 2454, the landmark American Clean Energy and Security Act, also known as the Waxman-Markey Bill. H.R. 2454 will revitalize our economy by creating millions of new jobs, increase our national security by reducing our dependence on foreign oil, and preserve our planet by reducing the pollution that causes global warming.
Tobacco: On June 12th, the House passed H.R. 1256, the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act, and on June 22, President Obama signed it into law (P.L. 111-31). P.L. 111-31 grants the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authority to regulate the advertising, marketing, and manufacturing of tobacco products in order to protect the public health.
Please know that I will continue to work hard on these and other priorities to strengthen our nation and prepare us for the challenges of the new century. I hope you will take a moment to read more about my congressional efforts at http://waxman.house.gov/ and http://energycommerce.house.gov/
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