Technically we're not paying them welfare directly. It's socializing the cost to everyone else.and why are we paying them welfare?
Did you read your own link?no, because you continue to artificially constrain the choices to "individual mandate" or "encourage free-riding".
let them pay, but let them pay cash and let them work in a system that actually allows a market to work.
Basically this will only work for a small segment of the healthcare need. Furthermore "routine minor illnesses and injuries" aren't what is driving up the cost.In general we are a walk-in clinic for routine minor illnesses and injuries