I didn’t know this. Both the House and Senate health care bills have regional inequities.
If you live in a low-to-mid-cost area like Virginia, Utah and Vermont, you’re out of luck.
But if you live in New York City, Chicago, Detroit or someplace like that, a disproportionate share of taxpayer money from elsewhere will go to subsidize your health care.
The amount of money people receive will not be consistent. The folks that live in high-priced areas will get the most money. So if you’re a low-income worker needing assistance to pay for healthcare, and you live in Hawaii, Idaho or Minnesota … too bad for you!