Impact of Taxes and Spending and Health on each other

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Government-subsidized healthcare has become a permanent headache for budget-conscious governments.  Cutting spending on it is anathema for a majority of voters, but not cutting spending is bankrupting every level of government.  Combined with demographic trends (the population getting older) and educational trends (not enough doctors being trained) this is going to become much worse before it gets better, unless something creative is done to divert the oncoming storm.


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