August 8, 2018

Even Doubling Taxes Wouldn’t Pay for ‘Medicare for All’

Charles Blahous

J. Fish and Lillian F. Smith Chair

The slogan "Medicare for All" galvanizes political activists and a segment of the population. But is it feasible? Charles Blahous explains that, according to his conservative estimates, even a doubling of corporate and personal income taxes could not pay for the federal spending that Senator Sander's behemoth plan would require. 

Read it here: Even Doubling Taxes Wouldn’t Pay for ‘Medicare for All’