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Progressive Politics and Fiscal Limitations Collide: Vermont Slams the Brakes on Single-Payer Healthcare
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[Opinion]
Dec. 24, 2014
"During the debate on the [ACA] in 2009, several of the more progressive political players on Capitol Hill publicly applauded the Act as the best way to take America to a universal coverage platform ... But if Vermont's lesson is indicative of the cost to the nation of a federal universal coverage initiative, one might legitimately question just how a nation barreling toward a $20 trillion national debt could afford such an initiative without crushing tax increases or doubling down on our aggressive borrowing."

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