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Netta Virtanen

Netta Virtanen

To Politics21/01/2016

Is health insurance a fundamental right?
Is health insurance a fundamental right?
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  1. Brian McKenzie
    21/01/2016 #4Brian McKenzie
    NOPE, as it is enforced, regulated and administrated by the I.R.S. - it is simply another new layer of taxes with no new access, improved quality nor reduction in prices. THIS is the reason I left the States, and why I have NO intention of returning.
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  2. Netta Virtanen
    21/01/2016 #3Netta Virtanen
    #1 Agreed, it's strange that in such a superpower free healthcare is not a high priority. I'm curious to see what changes to the health industry come with the next presidential elections.
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  3. Javier beBee
    21/01/2016 #1Javier beBee
    Most of spaniards , we think YES, it is !!! Education and Health :-)
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