We’ve asked before where this all ends. Will the US provide taxpayer financed healthcare to everyone in the world? Where’s the limit?
(From The USA Today)
The proposal has angered Republican lawmakers, who argue it’s not fair to tax people in the country legally for not buying health insurance while making people living in the country illegally eligible for taxpayer-funded health insurance.
“I just don’t get the prioritization,” Republican Sen. John Moorlach of Costa Mesa said ahead of the vote.
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