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"The power to require or regulate a person’s choice in the mode of securing health care services, or to impose a penalty related thereto, is not found in the Constitution of the United States of America, and is therefore a power reserved to the people pursuant to the Ninth Amendment, and to the several states pursuant to the Tenth Amendment. The state of Idaho hereby exercises its sovereign power to declare the public policy of the state of Idaho regarding the right of all persons residing in the state of Idaho in choosing the mode of securing health care services.
It is hereby declared that the public policy of the state of Idaho, consistent with our constitutionally recognized and inalienable rights of liberty, is that every person within the state of Idaho is and shall be free to choose or decline to choose any mode of securing health care services without penalty or threat of penalty."
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"The challenge isn't coming up with options. The CBO has a book full of them, ranging from raising the retirement age to taxing carbon. It's arithmetically possible to eliminate the deficit exclusively by cutting spending. Wisconsin Republican Rep. Paul Ryan's Roadmap does. But there's no political majority for those proposals. It's arithmetically possible to eliminate the deficit by raising taxes, but the resulting tax rates would be politically and economically devastating. The challenge is fashioning a compromise that both solves the problem and is politically viable."
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