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If you don't want the doctors to be interested in making lots of money quickly, you're going to have figure out how to allow them to graduate with hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans.gardener4life wrote: ↑Fri Jul 28, 2017 2:22 amThose are interesting thoughts. I...well...I think part of the problem that nobody is facing is the fact that everybody in healthcare wants a six digit income. If it keeps up like that then no plan on either side of the table will work simply because there's too many people that want wealth for the least amount of effort.
I have a relative that works in healthcare. You can also see how people in those fields often become big spenders on themselves, not their families.
And those people are highly represented with a lot of lobbyists.
There needs to be a shakeup in the idea of healthcare shouldn't be a get rich quick scheme, for it to truly be affordable.
Here goes an experiment in pic posting.Silver wrote: ↑Fri Jul 28, 2017 9:15 amInteresting recap of last night.
https://www.buzzfeed.com/davidmack/back ... .glQjaJRbK
viewtopic.php?f=1&t=46255&p=799190&hilit=stevia#p799190 is one post about Stevia products, which are natural in origin.
Each jurisdiction that does something will in effect be an experiment, from which others can learn from. Seems there is a dearth of news reports, but really shouldn't be too much of a surprise considering that big-soda ads pay for many of the news programs. Searching youtube won't show new stuff, but I found:
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