The Wealthy Benefit from Hundreds of Billions in Tax Subsidies that Could Go Towards Healthcare

The Wealthy Benefit from Hundreds of Billions in Tax Subsidies that Could Go Towards Healthcare “…Public funds help the vast majority of Americans pay for care, but these funds flow through many different spigots. The funding streams for the poor, the elderly, veterans, family planning, and public sector workers are visible and hotly debated. Meanwhile, the hundreds of billions in […]

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Immigrants Paid 14.7% of the Medicare Trust Fund and used 7.9% in 2009

Immigrants paid 14.7% of the Medicare Trust Fund and used 7.9% in 2009 “Many immigrants in the United States are working-age taxpayers; few are elderly beneficiaries of Medicare. This demographic profile suggests that immigrants may be disproportionately subsidizing the Medicare Trust Fund, which supports payments to hospitals and institutions under Medicare Part A. For immigrants […]

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Savings Dramatically Reduce Need For Additional Revenues

Savings Dramatically Reduce the Need for Additional Revenues   “..Overall, the ten-year national savings on health-care expenditures range from a low of over $6 trillion to a high of over $13 trillion. In every model tested, Improved Medicare for All is cheaper than the current system even while providing improved health care. The savings dramatically […]

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