Medical Debt-Relief Can Backfire on Patients

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Americans collectively owe some $220 billion in medical debt. In response, a growing number of states, including New Jersey and Connecticut, are using public funds to relieve those debts.

Gov. Josh Shapiro, D-Pa., proposed doing something similar in his state earlier this year.

But is canceling medical debt the best way to help cash-strapped Americans?

Click to read the full article in Newsmax. 

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