Nov 30, 2016
After Goodman, who would replace McCain proposal to buy a tax break for employees who receive health insurance from employers with a tax credit of up to $ 2,500 for individuals and $ 5,000 for families, private provision, would completely replace the current health care system with a fairer and more efficient system with a much better chance of insuring the uninsured and controlling health care costs at the same time. In contrast, Obama would leave the current health care system – which is very arbitrary and wasteful – largely intact. he added Goodman concludes: The McCain plan will not be problems all problems of our healthcare system but that it has a much better chance, positively reform of the system than any other plan that has been proposed in this campaign season (Goodman, Wall Street Journal, reprinted with permission from you can view the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery at Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report is for imperial network.
‘l, Opinion Piece Discuss Health Care Issues In Presidential Electionsummary of the latest editorial and opinion research piece that on health care issues are addressed in the presidential election appear below. – San Francisco Chronicle: The estimated $ 482,000 deficit in the federal budget for fiscal year 2009 is a ‘numbing number ‘because neither presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama still presumed Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain , ‘it wants to ,, ‘and a deficit ‘is the large undercut ‘their promises on health care and other issues, a Chronicle editorial. Read the rest of this entry »