Republican Healthcare Bill is Deflationary

The Economic Policy Institute says the Republican healthcare bill has a bad score.

EPI says it will result in rising costs and deflate the pocketbooks of most Americans.

The new bill, just like the ACA, I argue, is more about taking your financial book than healthcare.

More than anything, America’s healthcare is modeled to consolidate the wealth of the nation (so that “America is a place where a person can still get rich,” Ronald Reagan said) with the pretense of providing for the public good.

Read more about the assessment at EPI:

http://www.epi.org/publication/millions-of-people-have-a-lot-to-lose-under-the-ahca/?utm_source=Economic+Policy+Institute&utm_campaign=50e819bfcb-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_06_23&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e7c5826c50-50e819bfcb-58142357&mc_cid=50e819bfcb&mc_eid=326484247d

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