John Menadue | Rural Australia ‘dudded’ by Private Health Insurance Subsidies

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The Federal Government subsidy providing private health insurance holders with 5 billion dollars worth of savings annually is a costly policy. Given that the overwhelming majority of these insurance holders are wealthy urban individuals, is it a responsible policy?

CPD founder John Menadue talks about how rural Australia is being ‘dudded’ by private health subsidies on ABC Rural Radio.

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