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“Texas right to work state policies have Texans living below the poverty line. What this means for Texas future, it means our top challenges will be education, healthcare, water and electric utility capacity, transportation needs, pay equity, economic stimulation, and immigration”. My plan is as follows:

 

Based on 35 measures of cost, accessibility, and outcome. In 2017 Texas ranks 44th in the nation in cost and dead last in access to health care. Nearly 20 percent of Texas’ adult population is uninsured according to a University of Columbia report. Gov. Abbott and the Republican-led Texas Legislature refuse to accept approx. $100 Billion in federal aid from the American Affordable Health Care Act. These actions caused tremendous cuts to CHIP Programs, Wellness/Preventive Health Care Programs, cost increase of mammograms and other preventive health care services. Some legislative measures are being taken to eliminate barriers that were put in place to ensure businesses and educational institutions made their business access more accessible to people with disabilities. If enacted the measures would force people with disabilities to notify businesses when they have violated that person’s civil rights. Then the disabled would have to wait up to 60 days to allow the business to put an improvement plan into action. I will actively seek legislation to restore cuts to public health care programs such as Chip and drop any lawsuit pending against women rights. I will expand Medicare seek the $100 billion from the Affordable Care Act.  I will seek administration cost reductions, and my administration will aggressively seek prosecution of those who commit Medicaid fraud. 


 

 

Cedric Davis for Texas Governor:

Phone: (682) 463-9299

Email:
Cedric Davis Sr.

Treasurer: Brenda Duff

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