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Union workers make up only a small percentage of the working public so why are they getting more than half.
Of the health care waivers while mean senator John Barrasso was here earlier to react to that.
-- union workers are only about one in aid workers in in America they got over half of almost half of the of the waivers.
Because you know the president promised.
He said you -- if you like what you have you can keep it -- -- -- the cost would go down.
And these unions and others have said think this is financially impossible to live within these laws.
But if that's not bad enough a new rule proposed by health and human services could give the government access to your medical Iraq records as well your personal information.
For more on this we turn to Fox News legal analyst Peter Townsend junior good morning okay so what is this is not specifically part of Obama -- but now it's a dual being proposed.
It's a regulation proposed by the secretary civilians that says.
Under one way or the other the federal government is -- to have access to each and every doctor visit every part of your medical record.
Every part of your medical history.
In order to so called stabilize premiums they're saying well.
We're gonna be insuring everyone's so we want to know that people are being charged properly that the not being ripped off because of the new risk.
In the system and based on that excuse they're saying well.
We're gonna need everyone's records either the state will given to us.
Or -- you will give them insurers directly to the federal government one way or the other we're gonna get.
Americans' health records even.
If you -- continue with your current provider.
Even if you don't opt into the government run program it it it appears cell and and it appears part of this kind of.
-- to -- -- like control of health -- that I talked about.
Free year you know a lot of folks -- on the democratic side we're very supportive.
Of obamacare -- you know when you find out.
What's in this health care proposal and now this law you will really like it.
But now we know and like a 25 -- thirty page.
Regulation that the Department of Health and Human Services has put out and if you wanna comment on -- go to regulation dot gov and tell the government what you really thinking.
They're saying well because of -- stabilizing premiums because of making sure that people are being charged too much.
We have indeed now to see each and every record so -- some congress people.
Are saying well this is going to lead to some orwellian kind of state.
Where the government.
Is looking at really the last the last vestige of privacy in this country.
Is how you're feeling and what your medical -- -- legally can they do that number one number two what kind of legal problems you have.
No I I think Clinton legally they believe they can do it there's something called hip but in this country that a lot of people are aware of whereby you're health records are protected.
But under certain situations you give up those rights.
In order to get benefits in order to get here in order to share information.
And -- -- tremendous amount of sharing information that are ready goes on with regard to our health records in this country.
But what this regulation will do and we don't know all the ramifications.
On that yet come to continue to look at it.
Will for the first time mandate that all of this critical private health care information of yours and mine.
Is available and in the possession of the government and god forbid if we have a WikiLeaks.
Do you want -- wake up some morning.
You know Joseph American were Jane American and read about your health care on the Internet.
It's a little bit disturbing fascinating question always great to see you Peter Johnson continue to look at that and -- headed back to work as a further --
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