I think this is an interesting lesson in doing fact checking. Just because something is published doesn't mean it true. When I read this thread initially I started googling and did indeed see lots of these kinds of reports but the problem is they were at sites with political or financial agendas. When they are picked up by news outlets and reported on, this misinformation grows legs. For example... FOX news reported on a number of these publications and the wording in their report may have lead many to accept as fact, content that is clearly not in the bill. You really have to go to the source - read the bill, otherwise you are getting someones interpretation of it.
In either case, to those with opinions who want to be part of the process; contact your legislators - they are the ones who will be tweaking this and are the ultimate decision makers. I wonder what they're cooking for dinner tonight ;)
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