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Environmentally friendly inhalers double the cost for people with asthma
- By: Jake Miller,
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To learn how to properly use your inhaler, assuming you can afford it given this new tax on the CFC replacement.
This privatizes the previously socialized cost of non-green inhalers, ironically in this case, because the cost of health care should be totally socialized. If the total social cost of green inhalers is less than that of non-green inhalers, then a socialized health care system could make that calculation in deciding to reimburse, plus everyone who needs one gets inhalers without compromising their food budget.
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