Be cautious about health care for all
Be careful what you wish for: Medicare for all or any federal/state controlled health care system.
I was for Obamacare until my health insurance went up $600 a month. I lost all my doctors and went to basic coverage.
People with private insurance lost coverage and prices increased. Currently, I’m on Medicare and it does not cover everything, and many expenses are out of pocket. These days you need to find a doctor that will take Medicare, and many doctors put a limit. I know from personal experience the doctors will pick and choose their patients. Fortunately, I found a doctor that will take Medicare; however, I need a supplement insurance, which doesn’t cover everything. Then you need to worry about how to pay for your medications. The big question: Will we have enough doctors?
Free education — has anyone looked into FAFSA? A grant program that helps or will pay for everything until the age of 24. The only two requirements are keeping up your grades and including parents’ income. What about lowering the parents’ income requirement? Families could also look into grants that will help pay tuition when working in certain careers or based on where you live. – Mary Helton, Madera