As suspected there are problems with the plan. Who would have thought. Ha Ha
Notice this quote from your source.... "is not only economically viable, but could actually reduce health consumption expenditures by about 9.6 percent while also providing decent health care coverage for all Americans."
Notice they present "could " reduce expenditures by about 9.6%.
But the bigger problem is the $1.05 trillion dollar gap which is suppose to be made up by the 4 proposals of which 3 are new or redirected taxes= $460 billion.
Of course taxing the rich for healthcare is included at only .38% But will run the rich 38,000 per 1 million of NET worth ANNUALLY along with the 3.75 sale tax, taxing capital gains as income on top of paying their top bracket income taxes.
Wow what a deal!
What I see is the so called savings of 600 billion annually is in large part just the new or redirected taxes. Which raise the question of why not just enough new taxes to cover the 160 billion difference?
Its basically the same old same old socialist plan of increasing taxes.