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How the government wants to take over your child's health (and mind)
The aim is to provide doctors in schools, bill Medicaid and hide it from the parents. It's not the nanny state any more; it is the kidnapper state.
Need puberty blockers? Contraceptives? STD treatment? Here, have a vaccine while you’re at it. We won’t tell your parents. And we are making it legal for school clinics to bill federal health insurers directly without your parents ever having a clue. Trust us, we are on your side. Depressed? Anxious? Maybe you feel like you are the wrong gender? We have counselors waiting.
This was tried in Washington DC a couple of years ago, but only for vaccines. The DC Council passed a law that 11 year olds and up could choose to receive vaccinations in school, that Medicaid could be billed, and parents would not be informed. The law was overturned in court. CHD helped pay for that case.
Now the idea is to have the feds fund actual medical clinics in schools where kids would be treated without parental consent and medicaid would be charged directly. Sounds illegal, but… sounds a lot like One Health. Another Trojan Horse. From the criminal CDC, where else? With that friendly new Director, Mandy Cohen, helping your kids out. Look at numbers 6 and 7. Then look at the new billing rules.
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School Kickoff Community Celebration Aug. 5
Greeley-Evans School District 6, with its partner The Success Foundation Serving Greeley-Evans Schools, is hosting the tenth annual School Kickoff Community Celebration on Saturday, August 5 from 9 a.m. and noon at Island Grove Event Center, 501 North 14th Avenue in Greeley.
Through sponsorships and donations, District 6 has raised enough money to give away more than 3,000 backpacks filled with school supplies.
Backpacks will be given out to District 6 students only, grades preschool through 12. Students must be present at the event to receive a backpack.….
More than 50 community booths will be featured at the School Kickoff, providing information, services and entertainment for students and their families. The event also includes a petting zoo provided by FFA students from Greeley West High School, balloons, carnival games, emergency vehicles and a District 6 school bus to tour, as well as many other fun activities for families to enjoy.
The Weld County Department of Public Health will be providing free, onsite vaccinations to District 6 students. Low-cost sports physicals and sports registration will also be available.