Andrew Racine

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What happens to children who have Medicaid over time? All of those benefits, no one is willing to pay for, because they're externalities. Because of that, we under-invest in Medicaid. We should be paying more money for Medicaid, not less.
Mar 20 2017 Republican Party
Andrew Racine has been quoted in 2 different articles. Most recently, Andrew Racine has been quoted saying, “It's not so much the cost of the intervention, it's the cost of the absence of the intervention you have to compare it to. If you vaccinate little Johnny, not only are you protecting little Johnny but you're protecting his grandmother because he cannot communicate that disease to her. So she gets a benefit that she doesn't have to pay for–and society doesn't have to pay for. Then you look at the benefits of little Johnny getting covered by Medicaid down the line. He is more likely to do well in school, to graduate, to go to college, to have a higher income.” in an article called The Silent Victims of the GOP Health-Care Proposal. This is only one of 4 quotes from Andrew Racine. To see more examples Andrew Racine’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter Andrew Racine's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what Andrew Racine said about child recently and in the past.
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