How To Make Uninsured Tennesseans Healthy? Haslam Suggests Paying Them

Governor Haslam’s proposal to offer health coverage to 200,000 uninsured Tennesseans is already getting a wary look from state lawmakers.

One part of his proposal is to use vouchers to help low-wage workers buy coverage from their employers.

But what if you employer doesn’t offer insurance? Or you don’t work? And you don’t qualify for Medicaid? Listen:

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