Sen. McCain's Plan Addresses Flaws in Current Health Care Policies
Health insurance for most non-elderly Americans is purchased with funds from three sources: an employer contribution, an employee contribution, and a government tax subsidy.
Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) health plan is based on the idea the first two contributions should be determined by individual choice and competition in the marketplace. The government's contribution would be the same for everyone--$2,500 for every adult, and $5,000 for every family.
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