Letters to the Editor

How to be happier, wealthier, smarter

Andrew Yang’s appeal to teens is the $1,000 per month. But without health for yourself, your kids, your co workers and your neighbors, a bit more money is meaningless. Medicare for all is not taxable and it could give everyone a better chance to work, study, raise kids, and not worry about seeing a doctor. I am 71. I love Medicare. I have worked to insure my kids and myself but I have better insurance now than I ever had. I gladly pay my supplemental. I am caucusing for the only candidate I believe can give everyone a chance to be healthy without bankruptcy. My ancestors came from Norway. I see a healthy nation who can then make smart decisions about economy, climate change, education, and on and on.

What must come first as we look at our future? What can help young people? It is possible to vote with both heart and head.

Nancy Eldridge

Decorah

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