American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

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  • American Recovery Failure

    in the year 2009 passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 that was signed into law by President Barack Obama on the date of February 17, 2009. ("American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009", American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 was also commonly known as the Stimulus package or the Recovery Act of 2009. The reason why they passed the American Recovery and Reinvestment…

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  • Common Core Standards: A Case Study

    democratic presidential administration have expanded federal author in the educational policy. In fact, when it comes to Common Core, “it is state-led effort that is not a part of No Child Left Behind or any other initiative” (Association & Officers, 2015). According to CCSSI, “the federal government had no role in the development of the Common Core. State adoption of the standards is in no way mandatory.” Before the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 signed into law by President…

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  • Special Interest Groups Influence On Politics

    a result of the increase in interest groups, the American government has suffered due to all the different interests at play trying to get a say. This growing problem was a key issue during the 2008 presidential campaign and specifically within Obama’s administration. Obama has had to deal with interest groups all…

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  • Debating The Obama Presidency

    Professor David Prindle’s list of tests (Leadership, Character, Intelligence, Success, and Consequence)8, we will come to see just how significant the Obama presidency was. Much of the Obama presidency’s success comes from Obama’s major accomplishments in domestic policy. During the Obama years, we saw an advancement in healthcare, a successful economic recovery, and a widening of diversity and equality in government. These successes include the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA),…

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  • Solar Energy Policy Analysis

    The failure of the government-backed Solyndra, a solar company that was supposed to be revolutionary, upset many Americans (US Official News 2014b). Some have criticized the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating Station near the Las Vegas area because the station needs copious amounts of land, while the heat from its mirrors is a danger to the area 's birds (Investor 's Business Daily 2014). Moreover, Obama 's so-called "War on Coal" has proven to be controversial because the U.S. already has large…

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  • John Maynard Keynes's Economic Theory Essay

    The act achieved transfer payments through aid to citizens receiving little to no money. An increase in unemployment benefits, food stamps, temporary welfare payments, and social security payments allowed those who were not creating enough income to care for themselves or their families to have enough temporary money to do so. This part of the act allowed many Americans to get back on their feet after stumbling through the recession. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 worked in…

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  • Electronic Health Records

    the Union Address, 2004). He discussed a 10 year plan to provide most Americans with electronic health records by 2014. He wanted to reduce the number of medical errors, improve health care quality, and lower the cost of our countries health care system. In addition to the health care issues discussed, he emphasized the development of Health Information Standards (State of the Union Address, 2004). The ideas presented by President Bush in the State of the Union Address promoted the…

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  • John Maynard Keynes's Macroeconomics: The Keynesian Model Of Economics

    In an effort to stimulate the economy the Obama administration passed and implemented The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. In my opinion the ARRA worked to a certain degree and kept the country from falling into a depression. If you look at the GDP from the time ARRA was implemented until present time the growth has been steady. The GDP increased roughly from about 14,700 billion in chained dollars 2009 to 16,500 billion as reflected in the October 2016 data. The second area that…

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  • The Great Recession Analysis

    consumption spending and business investment dried up, massive job loss followed. The US labor market lost 8.4 million jobs, about 6.1% of payroll employment. Some 46.2 million Americans lived below the official poverty level in 2010, which is about 15.1 percent of the population. The number of people living in poverty grew by 27 percent between 2006 and 2010. Poverty increased greatly among the Hispanics and African Americans, households of women, and working class adults between the ages of…

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  • Electron Health Records: A Case Study

    EHR, or Electron Health Records, is an organized collection of electronically stored information belonging to patients, which assist in the delivery of health care services (Shi&Singh, 2015, p.161). The introduction of technology has allowed the health care sector to substitute paper records with electronic records. These notes include demographic information, medications, past medical history, and plan of care (Shi&Singh, 2015, p.161). EHR allows various hospitals and medical offices to connect…

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