The Inflation Reduction Act is just another step toward government-run healthcare


Congress just passed the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes a series of sweeping healthcare reforms. Among them are provisions that increase taxpayer-funded insurance subsidies and impose price controls on drugs. The White House framed the bill as a “historic legislative achievement” that will lower costs for families. But these reforms alone won’t satisfy ambitious progressives.

For many Democrats, the bill represents just one more step toward a government-run, single-payer healthcare system, styled as Medicare for All.

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