The rising cost of health care would increase taxes, push pay increases, and other state programs. In the future, can we really afford Medicare, Social Security and our current market-based health care as they now developed? And with rising costs, if changes in these areas can not be made, where will future funding come from? Education? Security? Infrastructure? Research? These are tough decisions, no doubt.
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