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I also don't agree with people getting it for free unless people are disabled or they can prove that they work more than 30 hours per week:
Meaning, I myself am an individual who doesn't want to be a burden to society. I mean, I work hard and make enough money to live on now but could do better. I don't think people should get it for free unless they do work or they are disabled, whether they have kids or not. I'm also tired of people with kids being rewarded for it. It makes single people feel like they have to get knocked up just to get help!
I'm working my way out of poverty level, too. However, I know what it's like to have lived making less than $15,000 per year.
Some people work hard for their money and deserve to not have to afford to pay for care, but they shouldn't be forced to get health care of they're healthy either!