It only calls for modest tweaks to the private long-term care insurance market.
Maine voters will decide on a universal home care initiative for seniors funded by a tax on higher income earners
As the U.S. population over age 65 grows, so will demand for long-term care. Maine voters will consider a possible solution at the ballot box on Nov. 6: universal home care. But should it be paid for by taxing high income earners?
With more young people in the workforce, who will take care of an aging population?