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Biden vaccination on Sanders, Warren on ‘Medicare for all’

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The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, appeared to target two of its top competitors for the democratic presidential nomination about their support for a government-run “Medicare for all” health care plan in a speech on Wednesday in organized labor at the Iowa AFL-CIO.

The top-of-the 2020 Democrats, and the only top-tier candidate against a ” single-payer “Medicare-for-all” system, he told the audience: “you negotiated to have, really hard for their benefits — with their Union, with the employer. To keep In my plan, you, it. You don’t have to abandon it.”

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Biden proposes that the protection and improvement of the Affordable Care Act – better known as Obamacare – by adding a public option, the purchase would be the people the ability to a public health insurance option like Medicare.

The former Vice-President of the comments on the presidential candidates forum were blow, a indirect page on the democratic party two progressive standard-bearer – Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, the fight for second place in the polls right now, behind Biden. Both senators support a “Medicare-for-all” plan that would eliminate finally to private health insurance.

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Sanders and Warren have been heavily criticised, while in the last month, the second round of the Democratic presidential primary debates by some of the lower classes, the candidates for their “Medicare for all” is scheduled with some of our competitors argue that EU members would lose their current health care under a single-payer system.

One of these critics was the same case in Iowa on Wednesday.

Speaking before Biden, highlighted by former Rep. John Delaney from Maryland, that “a majority of the employees have worked in this country, really hard to get good health care, often, by their Union, and many of them like it. And we should not be run on a policy of way of the union health care paid by you and you have made sacrifices to get.”

Delaney, the son of the union, the electrician, said that “for all these measures, whether it be health care, whether or not economic policy, whether it’s education policy or whether it is the environmental policy, we have put the workers first.”

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Sanders and Warren also spoke to the Iowa AFL-CIO forum, but neither explicitly mentions their “Medicare for all” proposals.

Both senators have pushed back at criticism of its “Medicare-for-all” plans as “Republican talking points.”

Health care is a top issue with primaries, voters and “Medicare for all” is very popular with the progressive base of the party. Research has shown that a majority of Americans would support such a plan, if it allows you to select between a government-run public plan and certified private options.

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