Out of Spoons, Public Health 0 comments on Key Things to Know About Joe Biden’s Health Care Plan

Key Things to Know About Joe Biden’s Health Care Plan

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Joe Biden’s health care plan is built upon the Affordable Care Act (also called ACA or “Obamacare”). It is not a direct copy, however. Joe Biden’s health plan starts with the ACA, and builds up from there. The purpose is to make sure everyone can afford good health insurance coverage.

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Book Reviews, fiction 2 comments on Thirteen Reasons Why – by Jay Asher

Thirteen Reasons Why – by Jay Asher

Thirteen Reasons Why is a story about a teenager named Hannah Baker who died from suicide. Before ending her life, she recorded a series of cassette tapes in which she explained some of what happened to her that influenced her decision. She arranged to have those tapes sent to the people who had hurt her.

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Chronic Illness Moments

What’s worse than struggling with chronic illneses? The answer to that question would be suffering through fall pollen season, while California is on fire, during a pandemic.

In this blog, I have a collection of things I posted on social media while exhausted, sick, and on various drugs that somewhat alleviate my chronic illnesses.

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2020 Presidential Campaign

How I Voted on the Propositions in the 2020 California General Election

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There are 12 propositions on the 2020 Presidential General Election Ballot. In addition, there is a local tax initiative. By the time I got to this part of the ballot, I was out of “spoons”. Honestly needed a break before embarking on the research required to figure all of this out.

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2020 Presidential Campaign 1 comment on How I Voted in the Presidential General Election 2020

How I Voted in the Presidential General Election 2020

My husband and I both have mail-in ballots sent to us for every election. We are both disabled, and that makes it nearly impossible for us to vote in person. I think it is wonderful that California makes it so easy for people like us to cast their vote.

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What Happened in the 2020 Texas Primary

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Texas is one of the many states (and one territory) that voted on Super Tuesday. ABC News reported that there is no national primary voting day, but Super Tuesday is as close as it comes.

The following states and territories participated in Super Tuesday 2020: Alabama, American Samoa, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Virginia.

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Diablo III, Diablo Videos 0 comments on Season 21: Snow in the Desert

Season 21: Snow in the Desert

Ares the Hardcore Barbarian got some better armor and a more effective weapon in the previous video. He was now at Level 65, and ready to fight some monsters.

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Cockatiels 0 comments on Orange Sky

Orange Sky

Every morning, Pinky, Marvin, and Pepper wake up on the long perch that is in the back of the cage. They were ready for fresh food and water.

There have been a lot of fires in California. None are near us, but the smoke from the fires had been drifting here. Our cockatiels did not know what to think of the strangely colored sky.

Orange Sky is a post written by Jen Thorpe on Book of Jen and is not allowed to be copied to other sites.

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