Universal Healthcare Healthcare for all benefits society

Americans spend twice as much as Europeans on healthcare, with lower benefits, higher co-pays, and virtually no government subsidies. Financing healthcare with taxes would provide quality healthcare for all Americans, with a lower total cost.

The green areas on the map indicate which countries provide free or low-cost healthcare for its residents.

Health care costs in the United States are extremely high due to low regulation in the private insurance market.

In conclusion, a health care system where all American residents, not just citizens, receive free or low-cost health care for all their needs, would make a huge positive impact on society as a whole. Just look to Norway, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Holland, Finland, Iceland, Russia, The United Kingdom, Japan, Australia, Argentina, Chile, Cuba - heck, even Canada has Universal Health Care!

Yes, I'm talking to you America!

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