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Is access to health care resources a basic right that should be provided and protected by government? If so, how should universal access to health care be funded?

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Please see response below, and one attached article for further discussion. I hope this helps and take care.

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Interesting question! It is tapping the debate of one-tiered (Canada and other countries) versus two-tiered health care systems (United States). Let's take a closer look through discussion and example.

1. Is access to health care resources a basic right that should be provided and protected by government? If so, how should universal access to health care be funded?

It is an interesting debate question. One way to approach this question is to look for examples of Universal Health Care Systems, like Canada for example. The universal health care is funded through both the federal and provincial governments. Therefore, in the United States, it would be in combination of federal and state funding.

On one side of the ...

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This solution discusses if access to health care resources is a basic right that should be provided and protected by government and, if so, how should universal access to health care be funded. Supplemented with an article on one and two-tiered health care systems.

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