In this installment of the YOUR GOVERNMENT series, Virtual President Bill Whittle explains why a two-cent aspirin pill costs $20, and how we can replace the waste and inefficiencies of our present system with one that empowers patients to use their own money, just as if it were... their own money.
Commissaries provide low-cost groceries and other household necessities. Closing them would hurt active and retired members of the military and their families, who on average save more than 30 percent on their grocery bills, according to the Defense Commissary Agency, which administers U.S. commissaries worldwide. That’s about $4,500 in savings a year for a typical family of four.
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