How to Pay for Universal Healthcare: A Proposal to Federalize Marijuana Sales

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George Freeman: An immediate solution to universal healthcare

SEATTLE, Sept. 25, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Healthcare has become a polarizing issue dividing the nation at its core,

but what if the solution was right in front of our eyes? George Freeman, the Presiding Chaplain of the Universal Life Church Monastery, states that the answer lies within a federalized pot industry. In a new blog post on his website, Freeman comprehensively details a plan; where universal healthcare is funded through a federalized marijuana industry nationwide and distributes the profits to provide healthcare for all Americans.

Estimates of the current marijuana market are at a $33-$55 billion industry, as it stands today. Projections of all 50 states sales under this scenario could project upwards of $100 billion in revenue. Funding a healthcare program through pot tax dollars would create an entirely new revenue stream, something which most states have yet to tap into. By regulating marijuana like alcohol; in legalizing, taxing, and controlling at the federal level, the new plan would open thousands of jobs for new, state employees, to receive state-funded healthcare as well. The opportunities are boundless.

The business of America is business.

George Freeman is the Presiding Chaplain of the Universal Life Church Monastery in Seattle, Washington. The Monastery has served communities online for nearly 40 years, registering and offering everyone the religious freedom to become an ordained minister and practice their beliefs as they please.

To read the full post, visit the following website: https://www.georgefreeman.com/how-do-we-get-healthcare-for-all-through-marijuana-for-all/

Br. G. Martin Freeman http://www.georgefreeman.com

 

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