Under the law, States receive significant flexibility and economic support to cover the cost of creating new competitive insurance marketplaces and extending insurance coverage to more Americans. The report are available at.. Affordable Care Act provides states with resources and flexibility to improve health care benefits The U.S. Department of Health insurance and Human Providers today released a new report showing that the Inexpensive Care Act provides claims with significant flexibility and resources to boost health care benefits and protect customers.First, The Lipton Story The Lipton article seems, initially sight, to be amazing reporting. Lipton describes how Kevin Folta, Seat of the Dept. Of Horticulture at the University of Florida secretly took expenditures and $25,000 of unrestricted money from Monsanto to promote GMO crops. With respect to the biotech sector, or via the PR company Ketchum, Folta wrote on websites and attended public events, trainings, lobbying efforts and special missions. Parts of this were known already, but Lipton digs up additional damning quotes and evidence from Folta. They include a contact to Monsanto that solidly contradicts Folta’s earlier denials of a relationship with Monsanto and the biotech market: ‘I am grateful for this opportunity and promise a solid return on the investment,’ Folta wrote after receiving the $25,000 check, thereby showing both a very clear understanding of his part and the goal of the money.