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    The Child Care Debate

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    Child Care Debate "It irritates me that so many women think they are entitled to both brilliant, unimpeded careers and medals for being the world's greatest mothers. You cannot have it both ways," states Tunku Varadarajan in his article, "A Mother's Love." (http://www.opinionjournal.com/columnists/tvaradarajan/?id=90000479) At issue - a prescriptive issue - in Mr. Varadarajan's article is the debate over child-care. Are children who are placed in day care receiving the same quality of care they

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    The Affordable Care Act Debate

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    The Affordable Care Act has been at the center of political debate within the United States for the since current President Barack Obama signed it into law in 2010. The act represents the most significant regulatory healthcare overhaul of the United States healthcare system since the passage of both Medicaid and Medicare collectively Initially, the ACA was enacted with the goals of increasing the availability of affordable health insurance, lowering the uninsured rate by expanding public and private

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    The health care debate currently roiling through our legislature and news media hits close to home for every American. We are all human and thus share basic health needs. I decided to interview my father to learn more about this debate as he has a rather unique perspective on the matter. My father is sixty two years old; an American citizen for the past twenty years and a legal resident for over thirty. He hails from Colombia and still has many family members there and visits two or more times per

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    The Debate Over Health Care Policy

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    The purpose of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or “Obamacare” was enacted with goals of increasing the quality of healthcare for all American citizens. With lowering the uninsured rate for individuals an expansion of public and private insurance coverage was instilled (Jacobs, 2014). This law requires insurance companies to cover individuals through exchanges that ultimately increase coverage and affordability. No applicant can be denied which means all Americans will have coverage of some type

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    Neither of the two candidate has switched stances on the issue Health Care. Trump believes in reforming ObamaCare and replacing it with something else and Hillary has not stopped fighting to expand healthcare access for every American—even when it means standing up to special interests. Secondly, the issue on Environment and Science is one of the most partisan issues in the presidential race, and it’s one that will continue to make news in the coming election cycle. This year’s United Nations climate

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    Healthcare has become a hot topic in the United States as of late. There are those who debate if Obamacare is beneficial and those who affirm it, those who assert that healthcare is not a civil right, therefore the government should not be involved, and those who believe that Americans should never be turned away from a doctor because they have insufficient funds. In “An angry doctor's plea: Stop bickering and fix the Obama Care mess,” Cardiologist Kevin Campbell argues with passion and frustration that the

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    The Federal Budget

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    of American politics. Within the past few years, the budget has been in constant debate, due to the problems surrounding the recent budget crisis. The federal budget, made up of mandatory and discretionary spending, has different roles for each category. The two categories are made up of many major programs including Social Security, Medicare, and Department of Defense spending, but there are also many political debates over the two categories about what is necessary and what should be cut. Another

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    Throughout my high school career, I have had numerous inspirational teachers who have helped me to learn and be successful. However, one teacher in particular has had a unique influence on my life that will stay with me forever. That teacher is Mrs. Camp. I first met Mrs. Camp my junior year when she became my English 4 Honors teacher, and I loved her class so much that I decided to take her AP Literature class, which I am currently in. Throughout these past two years, especially during AP Lit, Mrs

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    those people reject cultural stereotypes and withstand the harsh economy through the strength of community bonds. Works Cited Kymlicka, W. "Multiculturalism vs. Integration: Database - Debate Topics and Debate Motions." IDEA: International Debate Education Association - Debate Resources & Debate Tools. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Dec. 2011. . "Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services." Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services. N.p., n.d. Web. 17 Dec. 2011. .

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    students to view the difference between aggressive and non-aggressive behavior. Nursing Problems is the current class in session, which includes an analysis of modern nursing issues and the impact nurses make when resolving any problems concerning patient care. Although there have been many different issues in the past, healthcare is in constant change and there are frequent issues that arise. Therefore, there are two or more sides to every issue. Using statistics and research, “The Great Debaters” movie

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