Include Gary Johnson in national Presidential polls
The Commission on Presidential Debates determines whether or not a candidate can be included in the debates based on their performance in five selected national polls. In order to be included in the debates, a candidate must be polling at 15% nationwide. We, the undersigned, believe that Governor Gary Johnson, the Libertarian nominee for President has a chance to reach that threshold. A recent Fox News poll found Gov. Johnson to have 12% support nationwide and his mainstream media exposure in recent weeks has been unprecedented for a Libertarian Presidential candidate, which means that his support has likely grown. Paired with the fact that polls have consistently shown Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to be among the most polarizing candidates in history, we believe that there is a real opportunity this year for a third-party candidate to make a difference. With the Libertarian Party being the only third party likely to appear on the ballot in all fifty states and the political experience of both Gov. Johnson and his running mate, Governor William Weld, we believe that they are the most likely to capitalize on this opportunity. We urge you to include Governor Johnson in your national polling and help give the American voter another option this November.
Include Larry Sharpe in 2018 New York Gubernatorial Polls
Larry Sharpe is currently the most remarkable man in the libertarian movement – the rising star within the Libertarian Party. Larry is the Libertarian nominee for Governor of New York in the 2018 election. The Republicans are failing to provide a viable candidate to run against Cuomo, despite Cuomo having record-low approval ratings. Even so, the Republicans know they cannot win, and their ideas are tried and outdated. Cuomo is failing the entire state just the same. It's time a change was brought to New York. Larry Sharpe is that change. Larry has a voice that must be heard. Get his name out there by including him in the polls.
Stop David Torchiana CEO of PartnersHC from outsourcing US jobs & patient's private info.
David Torchiana the CEO of Partners Healthcare who ended last year with a huge profit (as well as a 1.4m - 1.9m raise for himself), have decided to lay off american workers from Mass General Hospital and outsource their jobs to India who are not bound by HIPAA, nor do they follow the same security measures we do in terms of securing patients private information. These coders and other office employees work tirelessly doing medical coding, and billing. They handle patients records and are bound by HIPAA laws, where there are consequences if any HIPAA law is broken. Mass General considers themselves a charity and accepts public donations. Yet after a huge profit last year, the exec's seem to be wanting to line their pockets some more. Ignoring the fact they are laying off hard working Americans and putting Private Patient information to a country overseas with no HIPAA laws and a history of data breaches. There are so many instances where there were security breeches outsourcing to India, these include in 2009 patients private information including social security numbers. These are examples In 2009 The head of an Indian outsourcing company has been arrested for selling confidential medical records of patients treated at one of Britain's top private hospitals. Police arrested Vikas Dhairyashil Bansode on Tuesday after an undercover investigation revealed the records were being sold for as little as £4 each. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1226934/Indian-police-arrest-company-boss-accused-selling-medical-records-British-patients.html last month in India 1.2 billion citizen national database was breached. So we are going to trust them with American's private health information? https://www.theindianpanorama.news/india/aadhaar-india-personal-data-billion-people-sold-online-8/ The website of Health Solutions, one of the largest diagnostic laboratories in India, was breached on Friday, with hackers accessing a database that included no less than 35,000 medical records, including HIV reports for registered patients. http://news.softpedia.com/news/hackers-steal-medical-records-of-35-000-indian-patents-including-hiv-records-510728.shtml Info on how laissez faire India is regarding security and medical records https://www.sans.org/reading-room/whitepapers/legal/offshore-outsourcing-information-confidentiality-1438 Outsourcing accounts for 63% of data breaches. http://www.computerweekly.com/news/2240178104/Bad-outsourcing-decisions-cause-63-of-data-breaches These are just the tip of the iceberg. Not only that but the fact that any affiliate of Partners does not need to disclose to their patients that their personal information is being sent overseas, unless of course the patient queries them. This is going to cause a snowball effect, if we let this happen, then other hospitals will follow. Thousands of jobs will be lost and you can expect Patient Health Records to be breached as well. Please help.