Health Care Costs to Increase an AVERAGE of 11 Percent Next Year

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Health care and higher education have much in common in modern America.

Both are promoted as “rights” by government trusters. And government has promoted programs to “help” the poor obtain their products and services by subsidizing such goods with taxpayer inputs.

Both industries have seen annual price increases higher than the rate of inflation for decades.

Now, after passage of the “Affordable Care Act,” which was intended to make health care more affordable for the poor, the Associated Press is reporting that cost increases will average 11 percent next year. See here.

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