It’s Heeerrrre: State Longitudinal Database
Well, here it is in black and white. A handful of people have been screaming their heads off for a few years about this, but were, of course, Gruberized and given tin foil hats. Gruber was right about the uninformed public. People know more about the NFL and the NBA or Dancing with the Stars than they do about their liberty being threatened. Tyranny is about to take a giant step forward.
Jenni White of Restore Oklahoma Public Education writes:
This plan actually began with the 2009 stimulus (the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act). Notice Dept of Ed is included in this list. Oklahoma received a SLDS $6 million grant to construct an interoperable data system. It will work with all the other states systems and with all these agencies, a defacto national database.
And from Weekly Standard:
This week, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced the release of the Federal Health IT Strategic Plan 2015-2020, which details the efforts of some 35 departments and agencies of the federal government and their roles in the plan to “advance the collection, sharing, and use of electronic health information to improve health care, individual and community health, and research.”