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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.

@964DQQ6 from Oregon answered…6hrs

Only For Severely Disabled People who has Disabilities Preventing Them from performing ANY Kind of Work. Example: Severe Autism, like the hardest areas to live with. Such as ones with OCD, Obsessions, Mental Disorders, being unable to speak, type, or write.

@964CR7L from Colorado answered…9hrs

Yes, but they should be monitored closer so only those who truly are lower income receive NOT! Illegal aliens! Not those who are too lazy or choose not to work.

@964BG5W from Hawaii answered…12hrs

Abolish medicare, institute mandatory Medicaid coverage for under 18's and over 65's and require it to cover out of state treatment and prescription costs with no copayments. Allow for subsidized coverage of insurance from 18-26 on parents plan.

@9646KYK from North Carolina answered…18hrs

The government should better allocate the resources they already have and make the programs more efficient.

@9646C86 from Oklahoma answered…18hrs

@9644G93 from Alabama answered…22hrs

@963R9B9 from Connecticut answered…2 days

@963Q93V from Texas answered…2 days

Insurance for healthcare should be removed because hospitals only charge large amounts in order to make some money back because insurance cuts a lot of the price. The government should still aid people who can't afford to pay medical bills by paying the hospital fees in full

@963PCJQ from Washington answered…2 days

@963NF3H from California answered…2 days

Yes, but also cover any incident not just the surface which would be the annual check up

@963H5F5Republican from Texas answered…2 days

Depends on if they are willing to put in the work to keep themselves healthy.

@963B48JRepublican from Florida answered…2 days

Yes, particularly for those from broken/incomplete households without both parents.

@96388T6 from Virginia answered…2 days

@96336V6 from Wisconsin answered…2 days

No, and they should create barriers to prevent the abuse of the social welfare system

@962YMDT from Kentucky answered…2 days

@962VSFM from Connecticut answered…3 days

@962V7ZG from Illinois answered…3 days

No, federal government should rather help the low incomes more when it comes to hospital bills & etc

@962RLYR from Minnesota answered…3 days

@962LX9B from Texas answered…3 days

@962LCP4Independent from Nevada answered…3 days

yes but only for poor single income familes, elderly, and the disabled

@962KF8H from Texas answered…3 days

No because people will try to take advantage of it, what I think is that they should increase funding for the elderly or mentally and physically disabled to help them be able to life a long healthy life

@962JCH4 from New York answered…3 days

Yes but not to the point where the citizen is getting an abundance of money and not working or acquiring a job.

@962J4PH from Wisconsin answered…3 days

@962GBZB from Virginia answered…3 days

to be honest i feel like healthcare doesnt matter if your gonna die

@962FZVNSocialist from Illinois answered…3 days

Yes, but only for working individuals/families or single mothers that have a child under 3 years old.

@962BNSB from Texas answered…3 days

Yes but also help teen that no longer live with parents to have for them and if there pregnant and more

@9627CPJ from North Carolina answered…3 days

I think that there should be a set income for everyone and it should be met from any income level.

@96239YY from Oregon answered…3 days

they need to provide other resources rather than just throwing money at people such as making health insurance and medical treatment affordable

@95ZZZZV from Texas answered…3 days

Yes, but I prefer a more socialized healthcare system to lower patient’s costs

@95ZXKH2 from Indiana answered…3 days

No, instead try to get these low-income families to the middle class through other policies.

@95ZWG38 from Utah answered…4 days

Yes so the individual can get treatment for an illness if they need it that might make them hospital ridden for months and they can't pay that bill.

@95ZVL2WRepublican from South Carolina answered…4 days

@95ZSLNQ from Utah answered…4 days

@95ZM3JW from Kentucky answered…4 days


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