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  2. Health Care
  3. Taxes
  4. Technology
  5. Immigration
  6. Education
  7. Foreign Policy
  8. Civil Rights

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On health care reform, the American people are too often offered two extremes -- government-run health care with higher taxes or letting the insurance companies operate without rules. President Obama and Vice President Biden believe both of these extremes are wrong, and that’s why they’ve proposed a plan that strengthens employer coverage, makes insurance companies accountable and ensures patient choice of doctor and care without government interference. Read more...

President Obama and Vice President Biden’s tax plan delivers broad-based tax relief to middle class families and cuts taxes for small businesses and companies that create jobs in America, while restoring fairness to our tax code and returning to fiscal responsibility.

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President Obama and Vice President Biden understand the immense transformative power of technology and innovation and how they can improve the lives of Americans. They will work to ensure the full and free exchange of information through an open Internet and use technology to create a more transparent and connected democracy. Read more...

For too long, politicians in Washington have exploited the immigration issue to divide the nation rather than find real solutions. Our broken immigration system can only be fixed by putting politics aside and offering a complete solution that secures our border, enforces our laws, and reaffirms our heritage as a nation of immigrants.

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President Obama and Vice President Biden believe that our kids and our country can’t afford four more years of neglect and indifference.  At this defining moment in our history, America faces few more urgent challenges than preparing our children to compete in a global economy. The decisions our leaders make about education in the coming years will shape our future for generations to come. Read more...

President Obama and Vice President Biden believe that our kids and our country can’t afford four more years of neglect and indifference.  At this defining moment in our history, America faces few more urgent challenges than preparing our children to compete in a global economy. The decisions our leaders make about education in the coming years will shape our future for generations to come. Read more...

President Barack Obama has spent much of his career fighting to strengthen civil rights as a civil rights attorney, community organizer, Illinois State Senator, U.S. Senator, and now as President. Whether promoting economic opportunity, working to improve our nation's education and health system, or protecting the right to vote, President Obama has been a powerful advocate for our civil rights.

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7 Simple Steps To Move Your Checking
Account
1. Open Your New Account
In
most cases, you should be able open a checking account with an· initial deposit
of $25 to $100. At a credit union, you’ll also become a· member and co-owner at
the same time.
2. Order New Checks and an ATM/Debit Card
These typically arrive within 1 to 2 weeks. You should also consider· applying
for a credit card from your new local bank or credit union at· the same time.
3. Ask Your Employer to Reroute Your Direct Deposit
When you open your new account, ask the bank or credit union for a· direct
deposit authorization form that includes your new account· information. Give
this form to your employer and anyone else who makes· direct deposits to your
account. It may take one or more pay cycles for· the change to be made, so keep
your old checking account open and watch· for the switch.
4. Contact Companies that Direct-Debit Your Account
Using your last bank statement, make a list of any businesses that· you’ve
authorized to directly debit your account. Ask your new bank or· credit union
for an automatic payments authorization form that includes· your new account
information. Send this to the businesses on your list.
5. Set-up Online Bill Paying for Your New Account
If you like to pay bills online, set up bill payment information for· your new
account. Also, stop any automatic, recurring payments you have· established
through your old account.
6. Close Your Old Account
Once you have started receiving direct deposits into your new account· and are
sure that there are no outstanding checks or automatic debits· that need to
clear, close your old account. Warning: do· not just withdraw the last
dollar and assume the account will fade away· on its own. Your old big bank may
start charging you fees for having an· empty or inactive checking account.
Instead, follow the bank’s· procedure for closing out the account.
7. Enjoy your new local banking relationship!
This checklist was produced by the New Rules Project’s Community Banking
Initiative.
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