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All US Residents Should Contribute To Their Own Medical Care

"We are sufficiently wealthy and advanced as a society that we should consider financial access to needed medical care a birthright" in a "context that joins rights with responsibilities to separate it from the popular notion of an entitlement, which is often little more than a handout," Paul O'Neill, a former secretary of the Department of Treasury, writes in a New York Times opinion piece. According to O'Neill, all U.S.

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