The Social Economic Impact of COVID-19 in the U.S.

COVID-19 has immensely affected the world in ways we never thought.  Across the nation, more than 4 million people have suffered from the virus. Many countries have been able to recover, but the United States, a fully-developed country, has failed to sustain not only its rise in cases but also its social economics. COVID-19 has […]

Healthcare Should Not Be Tied To Employers

Introduction During WWII, there was a shortage of workers, so salaries rose to attract workers. To prevent inflation, Executive Order 9250 was passed to freeze wages. To attract workers, employers used healthcare insurance to compete for workers. In addition, the Internal Revenue Service made employer-based health insurance exempt from tax in 1943. Therefore, it was […]