Rick Nolan was quick to jump on the single-payer bandwagon as an Obamacare replacement. In fact, Nolan has gone so far as to say he has been pro-single-payer since 1979. What Nolan has not been so quick to tell his constituents, however, is how he plans to pay for $32 trillion in new government spending…

The Washington Post reports, “any single-payer plan will require a tax hike larger than any Democrats have run on since the Great Depression.”

As a staunch supporter of single-payer, Nolan owes his constituents an explanation on just how he expects to pay for the pricey plan.

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