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@B3DMKHTDemocratfrom Maine  answered…2mos

@B4LTG33Working Family from South Carolina answered…6hrs

If you’re a working individual but still struggling financially, you can get Medicaid

@B4LKFJVVeteran from Missouri answered…20hrs

Funding for this Should include people with disabilities, elderly, pregnant women and families with young children.

@B4K4WSXDemocrat from South Carolina answered…4 days

The goverment should fund a universal healthcare plan for taxpayers.

@B4J2X5FConstitution from South Carolina answered…1wk

@Dona5161Veteran from Colorado answered…2wks

Only for elderly & disabled. Others should be required to get job skills & work. If not stop benefits

@B4BSPJ4Transhumanist from Michigan answered…3wks

Yes, but only for those with severe illnesses or ailments, and those who would need surgeries.

@B48XG3FWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…1mo

Increase aid to people in lower income brackets that can prove they aren’t abusing the system. But increase it in general for the elderly and disabled

@B484W8CIndependent from New York answered…1mo

Universal Healthcare. No one should have to be well off to receive competent medical care.

@B47SJKKSocialist from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

Yes, for children and the elderly. And require drug testing for all else.

@B47PFN7Women’s Equality from California answered…1mo

Yes, and lower the threshold of eligibility to $40,000 annual income.

@B47JMJ4Women’s Equality from Utah answered…1mo

@B475CMSLibertarian from California answered…1mo

Healthcare not be paid for or controlled by the government. It also shouldn't be a for-profit business. There should be a third option, it should be converted to nonprofit public utility. Every hospital should be a nonprofit organization.

@B45G85CConstitution from Delaware answered…1mo

Yes but, only for people truly in need not just people who don't wanna work.

@B44K55NIndependent from Nevada answered…1mo

Health-care should be completely free. Nobody should have to pay more money than they've seen in their life just to live anotherday.

@B43P435Women’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

I think it should be only allowed by the states, but the elderly and disabled should be covered no matter what state.

@B42WDGKReform from Florida answered…1mo

Increase funding towards education of these programs and what plans fit them best.

@B3YFRG4Democrat from Texas answered…1mo

@B3VP6WCRepublican from California answered…2mos

@B3SZWFPLibertarian from New Jersey answered…2mos

@B3SZHG5Transhumanist from Georgia answered…2mos

Yes, disabled and college students that are not employeed yet.

@B3SCG72Women’s Equality from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

It should not be handed out freely only to those who are truly in need and meet strict guidelines

@B3RSV3KDemocrat from Minnesota answered…2mos

If healthcare was free for all this really wouldn’t matter, would it? The fact we have to categorize people based on their income tells ya something about this…

@B3RS79QWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…2mos

Yes, but make sure people aren’t trying to stay in the situation that allows them to receive it vs people that are satisfied with being reliant on it and not trying to better their situation.

@kpreuss77Independent from Michigan answered…2mos

No, Each state should manage its own system with a monetary cap. Focus on the impoverished 0-18 first, then young adults through elderly. Having unlimited govt systems is what breaks those systems as well as stifles innovation.

@9NZ4SWBVeteran from Kansas answered…2yrs

The supreme court already ruled it unconstitutional to force states to expand Medicaid, therefore it should be left up to the states not the federal government.

@9NZ2B5NDemocrat from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Yes, we do not want people with low income to not have health care because then if they have to go to the hospital and they don't have any money they literally just can't pay.

@9NY2CZWWomen’s Equality from West Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes-but the same programs should be offered of a wealthier family needs assistance-especially for children, disabled, and the elderly, but for all who are in desperate need.

@9NWY2DJConstitution from Kansas answered…2yrs

Yes, but without significantly increasing taxes on the rest of the country

@9NWDPV3Democrat from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but only to those who truly can't afford it and are in need of it.

@9NVJFMFConstitution from Washington answered…2yrs

No, I think that a state should have to decide what to do, depending on its culture/where they stand financially/it’s people.

@9NVBJJLRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@9NTVZ54Women’s Equality from Kansas answered…2yrs

Yes, provided the recipients are employed, or enrolled in college or vocational training courses. Anyone receiving healthcare assistance from the government, should be working, or enrolled in further educational program, unless you have a disability preventing you from doing so.

@9NT3MHNPeace and Freedom from Connecticut answered…2yrs

@9NT2V8GConstitution from Utah answered…2yrs

I believe the health care system is exploiting the Medicare system with unchecked and unregulated price hikes because medicaid cannot refuse access to certain services and that needs to be mediated through access to competitive pricing.

@9NSZ34LSocialist from Texas answered…2yrs

I think medical aid should be accessible to all individuals without attaching restrictions such as age, race, or gender.

@9NSXWNFWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…2yrs

There should be stipulations on it. If you are of working age and can work then you need to be looking for a job. Go through drug testing on a regular basis.

@9NSWSJGWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs

Yes, But it should only apply to someone who really needs it

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