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This allows someone who lives in a poorer part of town to have lower health insurance cost. However, this means people who live in upscale areas will pay more, even if they cannot afford the coverage’s. This may hurt many Americans who have lost their jobs due to the economy. Businesses, big and small, will have to pay a higher rate of insurance for their employees. This is causing some businesses to let people go, drop hours, and not fill empty positions.
Stated Reasons- It would help reduce the economic deficit. It would insure many Americans that are currently not insured. It would provide free health care to all American citizens. Grounds- It is estimated to reduce the deficit by nearly $1.4 trillion over 20 years. Warrant- That there are no major problems or downfalls to nationalized health care.
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Children would get the proper medical attention because with a national health care system their parents could afford health insurance. As Chris Farrell stated “no matter how the tab is met, the biggest myth in public policy today is that we can't afford universal health insurance
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For this reason, I believe healthcare in United States is more of a privilege than it is a right, and It should be a human right to have access to health care. The human right to healthcare means that "hospitals, clinics, medicines, and doctor's services must be accessible, available, acceptable, and of good quality for everyone, on an equitable basis, where and when needed" (National Economic & Social Rights Initiatives, 2015). Role of government in healthcare in the United States I believe the government is playing a great role in providing access to health care for elderly (>65 years old) and young disabled regardless of income via Medicare and for a deserving poor with low incomes via Medicaid (