[Universal Healthcare Act Proposal] - includes medical, dental, vision, prescription, chiropractic, mental health, and prescription medication for all United States citizens. Healthcare is a right, and this piece of legislation will guarantee free healthcare and free prescriptions for all United States citizens. Under this proposed legislation, United States citizens will be able to keep the doctor they currently have, or they can switch doctors if they choose to. Under this proposed legislation, the hospitals, doctors, nurses, dentists, dental assistants and everyone working in healthcare, will be paid well for the work they do. Under this proposed legislation, United States citizens will no longer be required to pay medical and dental insurance premiums and copays, because medical and dental insurance plans will not exist. Under this proposed legislation, employers will no longer be required to contribute to employee medical and dental insurance plans, because medical and dental insurance plans will not exist. Under this proposed legislation, medical and dental insurance plans in the United States will be phased out. Under this proposed legislation, United States citizens can continue to utilize the medical services they are currently using...and they will not be paying any health insurance premiums or co-pays. This includes Medicare doctors and services, as senior citizens will have the ability to continue utilizing their doctors and services provided for through medicare and they will not have to pay anything out of pocket. Under this proposed legislation, employees in the for profit health insurance system who would like to continue working will be hired to work in the the United States Universal Healthcare system. Under this proposed legislation, United States Universal Healthcare employees will be paid well for the work they do. Under this proposed legislation, the United States Universal Healthcare system will be funded by the Federal Reserve and is thoroughly explained in this lecture.

This proposed legislation is currently being drafted.

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