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How the government reduces healthcare costs

It’s almost universally agreed by liberals and conservatives that the core problem with our healthcare system is its cost, which routinely outstrips inflation by a wide margin. So it’s only natural that the federal government, when faced with such unanimity, … Continue reading

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How Vermont makes healthcare less affordable

Nobody wants anyone else to be without adequate medical care, just like nobody wants anyone else to be without adequate food, shelter or clothing. This is a universal value, whether you’re liberal, conservative, or anywhere in between. The recent vehement … Continue reading

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Canadians talk about Canada’s healthcare system

I’ve often contended that regardless of how well a single-payer healthcare system works in other countries, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll work here in the U.S. We have a culture that is very different from any other nation’s, and a … Continue reading

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