Here’s just the tip of the iceberg in the record-breaking 2,000 page health care bill … nutrition labeling for vending machines, new costs for virtually every restaurant chain to spell out nutrition guidelines, in-home counseling for pregnant mothers, priority to Indian health clinics in certain states, adult coaching on “parenting practices”, etc.
Are some of these worthy objectives? Yes. Should all of these be legislated, buried in a 2,000 page bill virtually no one has read? You be the judge … but be on the lookout for more bull chips concealed in the mud of this legislative extravaganza … as some people DO start to read it.