But they’re going to ask people for ID anyway. By law, Pennsylvania voters do not need to comply with that request, and cannot be turned away from the polls.
Voters who have problems voting or who see questionable practices on Election Day can call election officials in their county at one of the following numbers: Lackawanna,570-963-6737 Luzerne, 570-825-1715 Monroe, 570-517-3165 Pike, 570-296-3426 Wayne, 570-253-5978 Wyoming, 570-996-2224 Susquehanna, 570-278-4600, ext. 220
"If people thought that Obama’s pledge meant that he would freeze the insurance market — in effect have the government take over the industry and prohibit any changes to existing policies — then Kessler is absolutely right, Obama broke the pledge."
ACA web issues discussed in private sector workplace
Co-worker with health insurance:So, the Obamacare web site doesn't work. It's a disaster.
Co-worker without health insurance:You never noticed that my lack of insurance was a disaster... But now you're concerned about me not getting on a web site in October so I can buy insurance by the December deadline?
Co-worker with health insurance:So... when is IT getting down here to fix that printer? I can't get my work done.
Co-worker without health insurance:They already replaced it.
Co-worker with health insurance:Well that printer doesn't work either.
Co-worker without health insurance:I know, I told the IT guy. He said there's nothing he can do about that, and then he left.
Because we love her. And we love stamps and postal workers and getting packages.
And I assume you all emailed and called immediately.
If you didn’t, because you were flummoxed and didn’t know what to say, I suggest this:
I am asking for your support for the USPS. As you…
I’m glad to see more people are learning about this! It’s not just funding pensions for employees not yet hired - it’s funding pensions for employees not yet born!! I’d like to see how long a private business would survive with such rules imposed upon them! Probably about a week. The USPS is a success story.