How ‘Medicare for All’ Harms Working Americans

By Edmund Haislmaier and Jamie Hall:

Key Takeaways:

  1. Most Americans—73.5 percent—would be financially worse off under “Medicare for All,” a government-run universal health care system.
  2. All workers would pay a 21.2 percent payroll tax in addition to current taxes, in order to fund the massive increase in spending under a government-run system.
  3. Under Medicare for All, households with employer-sponsored health coverage would have an average of $10,554 less in disposable income each year.

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