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Mar 7, 2017

What if there's no affordable insurance to buy?

I said "My Piece" on this Yahoo Finance™ article:

"What if there's no affordable insurance to buy?" (click title to jump to article)


"My Piece":

Send the medical bills to those accountable for all the "sickness". Toxins in our food, water, soil, air, and myriad consumer products we expose ourselves to every day. And, NO, we do NOT "choose to do so" simply because we unwittingly use products with the potential to cause health damages. We use these things with a significant measure of TRUST; that the ingredients are SAFE, and will not cause undue harm.

Unfortunately, we are learning the Truth (with a capital "T") about many of the things that have been, and continue to be used in a wide variety of products.

California's "Proposition 65" (https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65), enacted over 30 years ago, lists thousands of substances "...known to the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity..." (approximate wording required on labels for products containing these items).

I believe it's time to expand this to cover ALL the known and potential health-damaging substances. After all, 'cancer and reproductive toxicity' are just the TIP of THIS iceberg, in my (humble) opinion.



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Why not apply surcharges for health-care trust funds to be used when (more likely than "if") people become 'health-damaged' by products containing health-damaging ingredients, components and substances.

Just like any "defective product", these products should either be banned entirely, or the companies should be forced to set up protected funds (taken off the 'top' of profits) for helping those who become health-compromised as a result of exposures to those substances.

Just sayin'...





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