The affect of Trump’s executive order won’t be felt for at least six months. The reason is that the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury all need to change current regulations. In order to changed those regulations, the departments must follow the federal rule making process. This means there will be, at a minimum, a public comment period attached to the proposed changes. Since the typical insurance contract runs from January 1 to December 31, I don’t see the worst of the changes beginning until 2019.
The verdict for this episode is: my Facebook post about all lives matter was wrong.
Ever since I got Ufi he has been battling allergies. The saddest part of it is that no one loves being outside more than Ufi. When the weather is nice and us humans are willing, he will play fetch for hours.
The Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act (PROMESA) prevented creditors from suing Puerto Rico on a bond default worth two billion dollars.
A territory is part of the United States, but it isn’t a state. The United States has five territories.
The verdict for this episode is: reducing the number of tax brackets makes things far more unfair than simple.