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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...8yrs

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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...8yrs

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No, and the federal government should not increase funding for any social programs

@8FR53X5 from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes but the current guidelines are trash and to easy to screw the statem

@8FRL8D5American from Florida answered…2yrs

This system needs to be less complicated and allow healthcare professionals to determine what is best for people’s health

@8FST4P6Republican from Georgia answered…2yrs

It would seem that if my state opted in that my property, sales and state income tax would have to increase to absorb this. If this is the case it would impact me the same. I don’t think the federal government should have their hands in private sector.

@98WMKQC from Virginia answered…8hrs

@98WL947 from Michigan answered…9hrs

Not really. If feel like there should be an increase in jobs so people can make the money for that.

@98WJDR4 from Ohio answered…10hrs

@98WFSWY from Kansas answered…12hrs

@98WDFV6Greenfrom Virgin Islands  answered…14hrs

Yes, but everyone should have access to healthcare not only low income individuals.

@98WBF9XRepublican from California answered…22hrs

Yes for the elderly, and to verify that they are American citizens or legal immigrants

@98W8T2C from Ohio answered…1 day

@98W42J4Republican from Iowa answered…1 day

@98W3QKRLibertarian from Texas answered…1 day

The government needs to put control costs of medication and healthcare. In order to make it more affordable to individuals

@98W2LKP from California answered…1 day

I believe that free healthcare shouldn't only be for low-income individuals. I think that it should be distributed by eligibility for whoever needs it no matter what their income is. I think that it should also be available for larger families.

@98VZX7J from California answered…1 day

Yes, because people who can't live can't live! I am indeed American.

@98VZGKQ from Indiana answered…1 day

@98VYHRW from Kentucky answered…1 day

@98VRX2ZLibertarian from Ohio answered…2 days

@98VQ7P8 from California answered…2 days

Need to make medical care more affordable overall. Why are pills (some that are very necessary and no, it's not all about recovering R&D costs) so expensive? Hospitals do need to make enough to pay off highly skilled professionals but seems to lean too much into for-profit than to provide for the people.

@98VN9XL from New York answered…2 days

No, but have a baseline of health care. The higher the price, the better the quality.

@98VHVYJ from Arizona answered…2 days

@98VGS5Z from Oregon answered…2 days

No, the corporate insurance healthcare system should be abolished and a single-payer or public option should be introduced

@98VDJDQ from Delaware answered…2 days

@98VBZDM from Utah answered…2 days

The health care system needs to be fixed. It depends on the issue.

@98VBN7Y from Michigan answered…2 days

@98VBHQ9 from Utah answered…2 days

@98V69YK from Ohio answered…3 days

@98V55MWRepublican from Alabama answered…3 days

Yes but only for children, elderly, or disabled dependents of legal tax payers.

@98TXNLH from Florida answered…3 days

yes but some will try and abuse this so put in placeholders to protect this.

@98TW25R from New York answered…3 days

@98TT9Z5 from North Carolina answered…3 days

@98TS3LYRepublican from Washington answered…3 days

Only for elderly and disabled, and also if you are in a single parent household and have a hard time supporting kids.

@98TRYZT from Kentucky answered…3 days

it depends from case to case, if the people that want to receive the benefits are wealthy then no but if they are not wealthy then yes

@98TPC93 from Pennsylvania answered…4 days

I think people who have low income are most times their fault. People in society today should have no problem making money. But for the elderly and disabled I agree with giving money to.

@98TM5LS from Virginia answered…4 days

Yes. We should abolish all social welfare programs. However, it is important that people at least have access to healthcare. Too many people are dying right now when they should not have to.

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