The entire plan can be read here.
Is this better or worse than either Obamacare or Medicare-for-All?
, Chicago Tribune
For the better part of the past three decades, supporters of free-market public policy solutions have fought against one attempt after another by liberals, progressives and socialists to expand even further the overwhelming role of government in health care.
In response to “Hillarycare” in the early 1990s, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ demand for “Medicare for All,” and President Joe Biden’s recent call for an expansion of the Affordable Care Act and the creation of a “public option,” advocates for limited government have largely played defense when it comes to health care reform. They have rightly and often effectively pointed out the dangers of expansive (and expensive) government programs, but they have failed to offer and properly communicate to the public a large-scale health care reform plan of their own that would tackle all the problems with the current system.
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