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Bernie Sanders is surging in the polls. Here’s how his ‘Medicare for All’ plan would affect every part of the $3.6 trillion US healt...
Medicare for All would radically change the structure of American healthcare. Here's what it would mean for patients, hospitals, and employers.
"My view is that Medicare for All, the bill that we wrote, is in a sense already a compromise. It is a four-year transition period," Sanders said.
Young adults support Bernie Sanders because they want to benefit from ‘boomer socialism’ that older Americans already enjoy
Young adults and other newcomers to the American economy are pushing to widen the reach of government benefits to include them as well.
AOC says the quiet part out loud about Medicare for All: It has virtually no chance of becoming law right away
Her comments highlight a possible pivot available to Bernie Sanders: Fight for sweeping change but accept modest reform from a polarized Congress.
‘A president can’t wave a magic wand and pass any legislation they want’: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says electing Bernie Sanders won&...
"The worst-case scenario? We compromise deeply and we end up getting a public option. Is that a nightmare? I don't think so," AOC told HuffPost.
‘A godsend to my old industry’: A former insurance executive says Pete Buttigieg’s healthcare plan would keep huge profits for insur...
"They'd be happy as clams on the Pete Buttigieg health plan," Wendell Potter said, adding it wouldn't change much in a system that maximizes profits.
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.
The attacks on Medicare for All echo what Sen. Elizabeth Warren faced last year as she surged ahead in national polls.
The American College of Physicians backed a wider government role in the US healthcare system, either through single-payer or the public option.
‘I owe the American people an apology’: A former healthcare executive says he’s sorry for devising the biggest argument against Medi...
Wendell Potter, a leading healthcare advocate, says he regrets crafting the talking point used against reform: the element of choice in the system.