Medicare for All was brought into the spotlight by Sen. Bernie Sanders during the 2016 presidential race. Now, each 2020 Democratic candidate is being forced to take a stance on the issue. So what is Medicare for All? And where do the 2020 Democrats stand?
SOURCES AND FURTHER READING:
What 'Medicare for All' means, politically and practically
Poll shows Medicare for All is confusing to most Americans
Medicare for All: Where the Democratic candidates stand
Sanders relaunches ‘Medicare for All’ with Dems divided
Your cheat sheet to all the 2020 Democrats' 'Medicare for All' plans
Kamala Harris can't get her story straight on Medicare for All. Again.
Why only 2 of 10 Democrats raised their hands to say they’d abolish private insurance
Joe Biden just made a giant gamble on health care
NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist Poll
Medicare for All? For More? Here’s How Medicare Works
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