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MEDICARE FOR ALL: Should the U.S. Government Replace Private Medical Insurance with a National “Medicare for All” Health Care Program?
Health care is a human right, yet many Americans cannot afford it because of out-of-control costs and the high prices charged by drug and insurance companies. A centralized, national health care system will be more efficient and effective and provide all Americans with the treatment they need.
Medicare for All will explode federal spending and burden working Americans with high taxes. Everyone deserves health care, but eliminating private insurance is an extreme and unnecessary step that will hurt the health care industry, put many people out of work, and deprive Americans of choice.
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