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Change Is Not Scary — The Present System Is

Judith G. Atkins Greenfield Recorder
If you have Medicare, you know you just have to give your provider your Medicare card and they will bill Medicare for your treatment. Improved Medicare for All would do away with the need for supplemental coverage and expand the services covered.

Five Years In - How's the Affordable Care Act Doing? A Diagnosis

Carl Finamore nsnbc
Five years in the ACA still primarily serves as a huge government marketing campaign for private insurance companies, funneling millions of new customers with few if any restrictions on ever-escalating prices. The ACA built upon the flaws of our market-based system and, quite predictably, is failing to contain costs and provide broad access to affordable, quality health care. Corporate interests still trump the common good in U.S.
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