Win Affordable Health Care
Problem: While the 1990s are likely to see the adoption of
universal health care coverage, most proposed plans would finance this
new coverage by unfunded taxes on future generations.
Solution: Any fair health care reform must include a
"youth-friendly" financing mechanism that is based on your ability to
pay, not your age or your benefit level.
See Revolution X, by Rob Nelson and Jon Cowan, pages 144-147.
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This proposal was researched and designed by Lead or Leave. For more
detailed information on how health care reform affects younger voters,
or to become a member, please contact Rock the Vote, an organization
that has registered thousands of new voters and helped win passage of
the Motor Voter bill.
- Rock the Vote, (310) 441-2581
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