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We’ll say you pay for it when you pay your taxes. There won’t be a question of whether you’re covered or not. You won’t be forced to make your way through an application maze. Your health care won’t depend on your employment or lack thereof.
It didn’t happen this year. It probably won’t happen in this decade. But it will happen. Because all the other jury-rigged non-solutions, as we are currently busy demonstrating, are too ridiculous to last.
Anthony Schmitz is a writer in St. Paul.
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