affect their productivity
They always hurt them–we’ve got a long history of seeing just that. There are costs to doing business and when they increase, those costs have to be passed on. That makes us less competitive in a global market and when we’re talking about something NONE of us have true control over (taxes and to a degree health care) then that means less money in the local community to spend as well–whether on an essential service or good or a luxury item–so it always is a negative.
BTW, solid plan that we need because especially with Boomers retiring, this just can’t continue:
QUALITY, ACCESSIBLE, AFFORDABLE health care for all.
That means preventative care (physical with follow up). Real medication (no Medicare "donut holes" the really ill are ripped off again.) No bogus ridiculously low "caps" on needed medical procedures. No abuse of the ER. No paying for the silly with the sniffles to go to the doc for free. No more bankruptcies over medical bills. I want THIS plan that ends abuse of the taxpayer, takes the burden off employers, provides price transparency, and ends the rip-off of the US taxpayer at the hands of greedy insurance CEOs (which has been repeatedly documented).
Read the PDF, not the blurb, for the bulk of the plan. Book is searchable on Amazon.com
Cassandra Nathan’s Save America, Save the World
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