Sometimes a large and complicated problem, like healthcare insurance, can be solved by breaking the problem into parts. Insurance participants fall into four groups: Those on Medicare, those on Medicaid, those with pre-exisiting conditions who can’t get coverage, and everyone else.
How about repealing Obamacare for “everyone else” and replacing it with a free market?
How about taking care of those with pre-existing conditions who can’t get insurance by providing welfare subsidies? This group would be better served by state insurance programs.
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