Without these types of generosity from his and hers

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medical procedures. Without these types of generosity from his and hers community, he or she could not afford their medical expenses. For the third premise, a study in New Jersey was conducted to prove patients without insurance have a higher risk of dying. The patients were from ages 35 to 49 years old with breast cancer. This study proved patients within this age bracket had a 95% higher risk of dying than other patients with medical insurance (Taubman, Allen, Bernstein, Gruber, Newhouse, & Finkelstein, 2013). Lastly, a survey called the Pew Research was taken to reflect how much more students earn in wages with a college degree. The survey was mostly to reflect the millennial’s. These
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Running Head: FREE EDUCATION AND HEALTHCARE 4 student were born after 1980. “Today’s Millennials are the best-educated generation in history; fully a third (34%) have at least a bachelor’s degree” (Pew Research, 2015, p.7). On average, he or she earn more than $17,500 annually than a student with only a high school diploma. Most if not all of these students have paid for their tuition. If students are not able to afford a higher learning, then the ratio will only widen. Leaving low-income students with career disadvantages. An objection of free healthcare and education is how these programs would be funded. American’s pay millions of dollars in taxes every year. Federal and State taxes are to help existing government programs and city improvements. Citizen argue every year where their taxes are being put to use. If free healthcare was provided, then patients would receive preventive care. Preventive healthcare has proven to decrease hospital intake and decrease medical cost. Free education could be argued by increasing taxes as would free healthcare.
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