How To Pay For Clean Energy And Medicare For All (Part One) Read Count : 4

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   So as you know, I'm not one to normally talk about political issues constantly unless it's worth talking about. Over time, many people have wondered how to pay for plans such as clean energy and Medicare for all. So let's start with the basics of where taxes come from. The United States government, implements taxes to the working people, to pay for different programs. People in the United States are making as much right now, to support their families and raise their tax bracket. It's not just about saving money, it's about how people are surviving. So let's talk about how we can make this money. We need to start by raising minimum wage to $15 raising the normal middle class Americans tax bracket. The more money a person makes, the percentage that comes out of that money slightly raises, which in turn generates more money for the government.

   Now, let's take those taxes and create clean energy throughout the United States. Switching over to clean energy will seem costly at first, but it will save costs in the long run like you wouldn't believe. Not only that, but it will also have other effects. I will discuss these throughout this article so you can understand where I'm coming from. Clean energy is proven more efficient, and creates more jobs meaning more taxes. So what do we do with those taxes, over a span of a few years? What we do is we take those taxes, and then we start by implementing Medicare for All.

   I won't really go into too much detail about Medicare itself, but in fact to go into detail about how to cut costs. Over the span of a few years the atmosphere will clean up, due to the clean energy which in turn will make most people healthier. As we progress, we can use take advantage of this because of less needs for people to take sick days. People will be working more, generating even more money from this. The effect of clean energy cutting these costs is guaranteed. There is no way to argue about this, in a reasonably cleaner environment, people will live healthier and may likely live and be able to work longer which generates more money. That generated money can be used to pay for education or other funds.

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  • Feb 11, 2019

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