United States Representative District 10 Candidate, Dr. Usha Jain’s interview with Marcel Poul of KYC. These are the platforms of Dr. Jain for running for the US House of Representatives.
1st amendment and right of free speech even with difference of opinion to be respected …Internet needs to protected
….2nd amendment and RIGHT to protect yourself with appropriate screening measures but under 18 medically are not biologically developed enough to take on the responsibility
….Big government: balance state and government roles and responsibilities
… Medical systems: should be doctor-centric and not business (insurance companies) centric.
… USA is the best place to be treated: we should cut the cost and make our system doctor centric.
… Global warming: pollution: let people figure out how to manage pollution based on organic and empirical methods and not government dictates.
… Global warming: not enough data: but: be proactive and responsive not necessarily have the government control it.
…law and law enforcement: accountability and training along with enforcement of law.
… Abortion: PRO LIFE: even animals: need a societal discourse on respect for when life is life from inception with respect for women’s rights
… Law and rights of the individuals to have the day in court especially for the individual who has no resources should not be denied their right for justice. Everyone should have access to justice independent of their financial abilities and you will FIGHT for that cause.
… pandemic and CDC guidance were being violated by the Govt. officials technology should be utilized (like: electronic remote hearing etc. to have a fair due process
… COVID management by closing borders to illegal immigrants.
… Education system: who should be in charge: the teachers and educators need to be in charge and not the political process dictating the education system: education is not a political process
… Education and equality and dress responsibility and parents involvement and appropriate family values should be given an opportunity to be practiced.
… what should be taught to our children: politeness and patriotism and math and other subjects and ability to FIGURE IT OUT and value of hard work: you as an individual are taking and practicing the best of your Indian heritage and the best of the American values for your children.
… no discrimination: period. … last question…just to clarify: what should be taught to the children by the government: answer: as example.. sex education is should not be a government dictate BUT a family responsibility.