Description still mentions wealthy not liking state schools, even though you removed that. Capitalists also don’t dislike them, which seems out of character for them.
Oh, second bug: You have healthcare vouchers decrease poverty, but State Healthcare doesn’t decrease poverty.
Maybe the problem isn’t that healthcare vouchers decrease poverty but that private health care doesn’t increase it? I don’t know what the best way to represent it in the game, but having no public health care and no vouchers would surely cause poverty?
That seems to be a likely link. Private Healthcare does reduce income quite a bit, so does the other private stuff.
Should there be a connection where somebody is making money off of the private stuff? Perhaps the capitalists or some other sub-group, the wealthy?