State Legislatures Can’t Shake Their Single-Payer Dreams. That’s A Problem.

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Lawmakers in 21 states introduced 66 different single-payer bills between 2010 and 2019, according to a study published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.

Michigan is the latest state to flirt with a government takeover of the health insurance system.

Earlier this year, Democratic Rep. Carrie Rheingans, who represents Ann Arbor, and several of her colleagues introduced House Bill 4893, which would create a state-run single-payer healthcare system.

It’s part of a nationwide trend.

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