Why is this charging premiums at all instead of just being zero out of pocket costs paid for by taxes. https://twitter.com/TopherSpiro/status/966641297820930049
Ok lets look at the meat here.
For families with income up to 150 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL), premiums would be zero. Well thats something at least.
at $100k family income (typical income for a middle-class family with both parents working), premiums are still much lower than private insurance
@Laurelai The CfAP seems to be pretty solidly actual-progressive, from what I can tell. https://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php/Center_for_American_Progress
So, maybe this should be one of several litmus tests in the upcoming election: "Do you support at least this plan, if not some form of universal free healthcare?"
prohibited how ?
@kaniini By law i assume
how would such a law be constitutional though
@kaniini theres no constitutional right to make a profit on suffering
while true, the government doesn't get to pick winners and losers
@kaniini Sure we do, we do it all the time with subsidies and penalties
what i am saying is that it's pandering to the democratic base and the insurance mafia will challenge the constitutionality of that law immediately and probably win
i like my laws like i like everything else: built to last
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