The statement below comes from Christie Herrera of ALEC.
“Senate Bill 709 not only strengthens the legislature’s policymaking authority when it comes to health reform decisions, but it also promotes transparency on the costs of the federal healthcare law on individuals and the state of Arkansas.”
Any politician involved with ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) has in all likelihood sold out to big business. In exchange for helping ALEC to push their model legislation through their states, they are paid off with large campaign donations from ALEC members. All these payoffs can be verified by checking out elected officials financial filings with the Secretary of State. It was ALEC that was behind SJR1, Article V Amendment Convention bill. Thank goodness SJR1 was killed in committee.
SJR1 legislation came from model legislation from American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is ghostwriting the law for corporate America.
Have you ever wondered where the legislators are getting their bills? Who is ghost writing them? How the different states happen to be passing the same bills at the same time?