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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, said Wednesday no one is “heartbroken” by the prospect of the loss of their private health insurance, whether Medicare for All.
Your comments were Bloomberg’s Sahil Kapur reported.
“@AOC, asked about the warnings of Joe Biden on Medicare for All, nobody says ‘with a broken heart’, to lose the idea of private insurance. “The people, like with your health, you want your doctor,” she says. ‘But I would be interested, what would the public polling on Etna,'” Kapur tweeted.
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Earlier this week, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., estimated his Medicare for All proposal would cost up to $40 trillion in 10 years Sanders also said he would tax more, even for the middle class to pay for Medicare for All, and that “it is pain” in a transition to a single-payer system.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden go ‘ s healthcare plan, released on Monday, so far, such as Medicare for All. His proposal includes to buy a public option, a Medicare plan, and would not eliminate private health insurance.
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