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George Washington Bridge Tolls now at $14. That is outrageous. I think I can remember when the GW Bridge tolls were 50 cents each way. Why can't we get the GW Bridge Tolls back to $5 ? Let the airports fund themselves. Why should New Jersey citizens have to bare a larger burden for the three New York area airports? We can do better for the people, for the commuters and for our families.
"This Campaign is listening to regular Americans not wealthy Wall Street campaign donors."
Michael J. Cino Congressional Campaign Supports Access Billing in which everyone who does not have health insurance who goes to a hospital or doctor gets billed at the Medicare rates.
This should be a federal law.
Too many people are getting slammed with over inflated hospital bills, or hit with bills which are out-of-network and people are surprised to find out they have to pay for out-of-network health care.
Access Billing means that if your health insurance company does not pay for a medical service, or if you have no health insurance at all, then you get billed at the same rates as the Federal government Medicare rates, Sick People should NOT have to pay over inflated ridiculous fee which bear no relationship to the Services Rendered.
Access Billing insures access to full medical services to everyone including those without insurance. Access Billing also makes it easier for those who are paying their own medical bills on their own.
Access Billing makes health care rate more reasonable and gives people a level of confidence that they will not be billed over inflated medical fees.
Access Billing also makes it easier for people to go to the doctor or hospital because they will not be afraid they will be over charged on top of actually being sick.
Right now far too many people do not go to a hospital or doctor because they are concerned they will receive massive bills in the mail for a few hours at the doctors' office or hospital.
Michael J. Cino also supports efforts to change Federal Health Care regulations which would make it easier for doctor-owned doctors' offices to stay in business.
Too many of our doctors' offices, with doctors in practice in our local towns, are getting squeezed and are going out of business. The private doctors' practices, which many of us grew up with, are being replaced by corporate owned doctors' offices which have less pleasant staff and which are overly concerned with financial consideration.
Too many of these new corporate doctor's offices act like "medical assembly line factories" which actually time how much time a doctor is with a patient, sometimes they push the doctor off away from patients and onto the next patient, whether you have received the attention necessary to your condition or not.
We need to repeal regulations which require doctors' offices to purchase massive amounts of equipment and medical record keeping computers and which are too expensive.
The Federal requirements that local doctors' offices have to purchase massive amounts of equipment and recording keeping computers is also driving many private doctors' practices out of business. The investment costs of the record keeping regulations are driving patients' fees up and these regulations are placing pressure on private doctors' practices which are staying in business. The Michael J. Cino supports efforts to keep our local doctors in business, and continuing to serve the people in our local communities.
For 15 Years Michael J. Cino has lead the fight for lower gasoline prices.
The Recent price drop proved Michael J. Cino was right, that high gasoline priced are cartel-driven and not market driver.
We have to start coming up with programs to help seniors who are on fixed incomes.
With inflation, food, gasoline, heating and taxes are all up and it is hard for many to keep up.
Especially in New Jersey, increases in property taxes outpace what seniors on fixed incomes can afford.
This is extremely serious. It is wrong for government spending to create situations in which seniors citizens have to sell their houses and move away from their family and friends, just because government can not restraint itself. I am in favor of programs which limit or freeze property taxes for senior citizens on fixed incomes.