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The new law (A.3471-A/S.1639-A) requires all boat operators to obtain a boating safety certificate by completing an eight hour safe boating course. The new law extends the requirement to all motorized water vessels.The requirement will be put into effect over a period of years, beginning next year with all 18-year-old boaters. Senator David Carlucci said, This new law will enable New York State to finally protect its waterways and save countless lives.Political sense of "approval supposedly conferred by voters to the policies or slogans advocated by winners of an election" is from 1796. Related: A command or an expression of a desire, especially by a group of voters for a political program.Politicians elected in landslide victories often claim that their policies have received a mandate from the voters.

We believe that published research resulting from our funding should be promptly and broadly disseminated.The mandate, therefore, targets the portion of Americans who did not have health insurance prior to 2014, and those who have remained uninsured in the ensuing years. But it does not include "excepted benefits" like short-term health insurance, accident supplements, or critical illness plans.If you don’t have health insurance, you will pay a tax penalty that was phased in starting with the 2014 coverage year (assessed when people filed their taxes in early 2015).For people who were uninsured in 2016, the minimum penalty is 5, but the Kaiser Family Foundation estimated that average penalties would be almost

We believe that published research resulting from our funding should be promptly and broadly disseminated.

The mandate, therefore, targets the portion of Americans who did not have health insurance prior to 2014, and those who have remained uninsured in the ensuing years. But it does not include "excepted benefits" like short-term health insurance, accident supplements, or critical illness plans.

If you don’t have health insurance, you will pay a tax penalty that was phased in starting with the 2014 coverage year (assessed when people filed their taxes in early 2015).

For people who were uninsured in 2016, the minimum penalty is $695, but the Kaiser Family Foundation estimated that average penalties would be almost $1,000.

The $695 flat rate minimum (which can be up to three times that much if multiple family members are uninsured) will be indexed for inflation each year, starting in 2017.

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We believe that published research resulting from our funding should be promptly and broadly disseminated.The mandate, therefore, targets the portion of Americans who did not have health insurance prior to 2014, and those who have remained uninsured in the ensuing years. But it does not include "excepted benefits" like short-term health insurance, accident supplements, or critical illness plans.If you don’t have health insurance, you will pay a tax penalty that was phased in starting with the 2014 coverage year (assessed when people filed their taxes in early 2015).For people who were uninsured in 2016, the minimum penalty is $695, but the Kaiser Family Foundation estimated that average penalties would be almost $1,000.The $695 flat rate minimum (which can be up to three times that much if multiple family members are uninsured) will be indexed for inflation each year, starting in 2017.

,000.The 5 flat rate minimum (which can be up to three times that much if multiple family members are uninsured) will be indexed for inflation each year, starting in 2017.

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