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Lucy Lin

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Transcript of Healthcare

By Manny Fernandez
Published: March 4, 2013

>"Mr. Perry has told federal officials that Texas has no intention of expanding Medicaid."

>"A spokeswoman for Governor Perry, Lucy Nashed, said his position had not changed."

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/05/us/texans-rebut-gov-rick-perry-after-rejection-of-medicaid-expansion.html HEALTHCARE! Nature of Social Problem How ObamaCare is dividing the U.S.
By Dr. Sreedhar Potarazu
Published March 13, 2013

>"The Affordable Care Act will be at the expense of shattering the very thread that binds the states as one."

> "The poor consumers will be left at his or her own mercy to make the right choices."

>"Disastrous outcome on October 1, when the marketplaces are supposed to be up and running."

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/03/12/how-obamacare-is-dividing-us/ 48.6 million uninsured Americans

Rising health care costs

Medicare/Medicaid are a large portion of government deficit Survey finds most large employers will keep health insurance benefits after Affordable Care Act
Published March 07, 2013

>"Total spending on healthcare in the United States was about $2.7 trillion, and is rising at a rate of about 6 percent a year..."

>"About 53 percent of employers offer the plans now and 67 percent plan to do so in 2014. It will be the only option at 23 percent of employers in 2014."

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/03/07/survey-finds-most-large-employers-will-keep-health-insurance-benefits-after/#ixzz2ObimMq4m MEDICAID EXPANSION IS REJECTED IN FLORIDA
Published: March 11, 2013

>"The governor [Republican Rick Scott] had staked his political career on derailing what he calls “Obamacare,” and his abrupt reversal did not endear him to conservatives in Florida or in the Legislature."

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/12/us/politics/florida-senate-committee-rejects-medicaid-expansion.html Rate shock: How ObamaCare is
causing a surge in insurance premiums
By Dr. Sreedhar Potarazu
Published February 19, 2013

>"If younger individuals decide to wait until they get sick enough to require health insurance, this will obviously skew the insurance market..."

>"As premiums continue to rise out of control, the
jury is still out as to whether the promises of
ObamaCare will actually be able to reel these
trends in, or whether it is a balloon that continues
to drift away."

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/02/19/rate-shock-how-obamacare-is-causing-surge-in-insurance-premiums/#ixzz2Obk7tQ9P Will your doc become extinct under ObamaCare?
By Dr. Sreedhar Potarazu
Published February 13, 2013

>"... the supply side of the equation will clearly fall short..."

>"The reality is that the current supply of physicians cannot meet the demands of the new construct of the Affordable Care Act..."

>"The most sacred part of health care is the doctor-patient relationship, and there is every indication that the sanctity of this relationship is being eroded."

http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/02/13/will-your-doc-become-extinct-under-obamacare/#ixzz2OblmRaYZ Myriad of languages, cultures challenge health care reform
Published March 04, 2013

>"President Barack Obama's sweeping health care overhaul."

>"Jaden's ambivalence demonstrates the cultural and language hurdles..." Conservative News Site: Fox News Specifically: Obama Care/Affordable Care Act
Source: Online News Articles Conclusions: Liberal News Sites: NY Times,
One-sided arguments by: Liam Dolan, Louis Petrella, Conor Larkin, Lucy Lin, Chih-Liang (Dave) Lin


>"However, with each passing day, it appears that the program is in good shape, slowly becoming part of the fabric of American government."

>"Christie had been one of the president's toughest critics, frequently lambasting the program as a prime example of big government liberalism. But he has changed his tune."

http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/04/opinion/zelizer-health-care/index.html?iref=allsearch Michigan gov. latest Republican to support 'Obamacare' provision
February 6th, 2013
Shannon Travis

>"...controversial support of the "Obamacare" provision by the conservative Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder."

>"Snyder announced his support for the federal expansion of Medicaid funding – a key component of the nation's healthcare law. "

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/02/06/michigan-gov-latest-republican-to-support-obamacare-provision/?iref=allsearch Healthcare reform portrayed as radical political move by President Obama Use of alarming language
fear-mongering coverage of social problem Government growth/regulation at expense of consumers and health care providers >"Understanding the law is a challenge...but delivering its message to non-English speakers who can benefit from it is shaping up as a special complication." http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/03/04/myriad-languages-cultures-challenge-health-care-reform/#ixzz2OboK1SyO HEALTH CARE WILL BE AN OBAMA LEGACY
By Julian Zelizer, CNN Contributor

> "Liberal Democrats have expressed concern that such a mandate would be too financially burdensome for lower-income individuals and families - a concern shared by Obama..."

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/20819827/ns/politics-decision_08/t/clinton-offers-universal-health-care-plan/#.UVD6uxzqmSp Tactics used in media bias:

>Omission of certain facts and/or events

>specific selection of sources or stories

>including a spin in an article so the reader can only have one interpretation

>use of extreme words Use of fear-mongering
language (again) Liberal v. Republican Stereotyping Healthcare reform has been and will continue to be one of the major political issues in the US. Why does it matter... 54.5% of information comes from Online News articles The media leans towards sensationalism when reporting in order to draw in a larger audience. This can lead to weakness in validity as well as bias when discussing the topic at hand. Healthcare is an issue that affects everyone in the US Biased information can cause the citizens of the US to make irrational decisions, based on misconstrued information GENERAL THOUGHTS

-Media outlets are generally more concerned with how they could make one party appear more favorable than the other. coverage of social problem Focus on benefits of expanded coverage without acknowledging drastic premium increases Labeling opponents of act as uncaring
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