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Medicare for All’s thorniest issue is how much to pay doctors and hospitals. Any new system could become a convoluted mess if it goes wrong.
Warren faces challenges in her plan to set payment rates for doctors and hospitals in line with Medicare without creating more losers than winners.
Progressive and moderate Democrats are battling over how to remake the nation's health care system. These seven terms help you cut through the jargon.
What I learned as a Canadian reporting on healthcare in America — and what Americans can learn from Canada
All Canadians have public health insurance. But private insurance exists in Canada and healthcare isn't free.
Bernie Sanders is running for president in 2020. Here’s everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.
Bernie Sanders, the independent democratic socialist senator from Vermont, has pushed the Democratic Party in a more progressive direction since 2016.
Elizabeth Warren releases plan pledging to begin Medicare for All transition within first 100 days in office
Warren laid out a gradual transition to universal healthcare in the US within four years, but it would likely face an uphill battle in Congress.
Insider polling also found only 13% of Sanders' fans like him and no other candidate, which means they're not "Bernie or bust."
Elizabeth Warren has a colossal $30 trillion progressive agenda. Here’s a breakdown of how she plans to pay for it.
The government is projected to spend $58 trillion over the next decade. Warren's plans would increase that by half if she were elected president.
Bernie Sanders ramps up criticism of Elizabeth Warren’s Medicare for All plan, calling it ‘quite a hit’ for average workers
Sanders said a payroll tax like what he has proposed to fund his plan would draw more in taxes from affluent employees.
Senate Democrats are reportedly anxious about backing a plan that would end private insurance and result in large tax hikes.