Per the RGA:
Ultra-liberal New Hampshire Democrat gubernatorial candidate Steve Marchand owes voters answers on how he would pay for the enormous costs of single-payer.
Last year, shortly after announcing his gubernatorial bid, Marchand called single-payer “the right move” and has called for imposing it in New Hampshire.
But unfortunately, Marchand is ignoring the toll single-payer would have on working families. A new nonpartisan study of a Democrat gubernatorial candidate in Maryland’s proposed single-payer plan concluded that his program would cost his state “$24 billion a year, forcing lawmakers to significantly raise taxes.” It would force the state’s budget to increase by more than half, a move that would force Maryland to “levy a 10 percent payroll tax against every business and charge a $2,800 fee for every man, woman and child.”
With analysis showing how a costly far-left single-payer system could burden working families, Granite Staters deserve answers on how Marchand would pay to impose it in New Hampshire.