Public money to train teens ‘to be messengers to family members’
California school officials will use their part of a $37 million grant of taxpayer funds to teach school children how to promote Obamacare to their own families.
Los Angeles Unified School District, a district already in deep financial trouble, will use almost $1 million to meet its goal to trains teens “to be messengers to family members” about how to take advantage of taxpayer subsidized health care, known best as Obamacare.
According to the Heartlander Magazine, spokeswoman Sarah Soto-Taylor of Covered California, the state’s branch of the federal program, said the staff doesn’t question the goal.
“We have confidence that the model LA Unified brought to the table will be successful in reaching our target population, which included family members of students.,” she said.
WND reported recently LAUSD gave away free cars and iPads as attendance incentives. Now school officials will take time and money away from reading, writing and arithmetic to teach kids how to get more people enrolled in taxpayer subsidized Obamacare, specifically targeting their own families.
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