On the show, we obviously hit on health care policy, but we also breached many subjects to make sure he’s not just a one-issue candidate. He talked about state house transparency, suggesting open meeting laws would cure a lot of problems. When asked about casinos (21:30), he said, “I think that resort casinos are a total false promise of revenue,” then hitting on how it would cannibalize small businesses, cultural institutions, the tourism industry, and increase social costs.
He’s strongly for a more graduated, progressive income tax, as opposed to relying on sales taxes, and those like it, which disproportionately burden blue collar and middle income workers. We hit on everything from jobs to education, so there’s a lot there and I hope you all enjoy it.