An analysis of peer-reviewed scientific papers found overwhelming consensus in the conclusion that Medicare for All would indeed save the American taxpayer money.
On a level democratic playing field, the for-profit healthcare industry’s fear mongering would gain little traction, as its talking points are easily refuted.
The privatized, for-profit healthcare industry is close to panicking over the prospect of a nationalized system along the lines of other advanced countries.
The growing chasm between Sanders’ and Warren’s “Medicare for All” plans increasingly highlights which candidate is genuinely serious about fighting for universal healthcare, with the release of Warren’s extremely convoluted, regressively funded, and loophole-ridden so-called “Medicare for All” plan.
The differences between Warren and Sanders are critically important…
Senator Bernie Sanders introduces his latest ambitious plan to tackle wealth and income inequality.
Thousands of delegates and activists descended on downtown San Francisco this weekend for the California Democratic Party’s annual convention, where 14 of the 23 declared 2020 presidential hopefuls vying for Read More…