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Response to global1 (Original post)

Wed May 3, 2017, 10:08 PM

6. Just the $35B/yr. for the investment and higher earner wage taxes

Was 400,000 nurses equivalent per year. This money exists no other place. Nursing schools (including my daughter's) have been ramping up graduation rates. Someone needs to turn off the spigot. Also those comments about not majoring in History but major in Nursing instead - well that plan did not work either.

The only argument that could be made is that there is an unreasonable amount of healthcare consumption. That seems to be ridiculous on its race. Go to any nursing home or hospital floor and see the inadequate staffing.

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