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Candidate Elizabeth Warren announced that it intends to release a plan to pay for Medicare for all in the coming weeks.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Sunday that in the coming weeks, you would detail how the numbers for your proposal for a government-run “Medicare-for-all” plan.
The Massachusetts Democrat and White House candidate said at a town hall in Indianola, Iowa: “What I … see is that we need to talk about on the cost, and I plan to in the next few weeks, a plan that reported about it, especially the cost of the ‘Medicare-for-all”, and specifically, how we pay for it.”
Estimates of the 10-year cost of “Medicare for all” plans at $32-34 trillion US dollars.
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She added, via the universal health insurance: “This is something I’ve been working for months and months, and it has just a little more work until it is finished.”
Warren, whose status has in the last few months, so that you have a presidential primary front-runner came under fire from 2020 White house rivals on Tuesday evening, the primary debate about her refusal to discuss whether or not taxes would have to go for the Americans to pay for their proposal.
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On Sunday in the town hall, your promise reaffirmed that the financial burden of the “Medicare-for-all” would not be on the everyday lives of Americans: “I’m not going to sign a bill into law that reduces the cost of health care for middle-class families.”
After the town hall, and added: “The whole plan is; they will be able to look at it.”
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The intra-party fight over the implementation of the “Medicare-for-all” versus the strengthening of the nation-health care law – known as the Affordable Care Act – has been one of the leading and divisive issue in the race for the presidential nomination.
“Every single person running for President of the United States on the Democratic side knows right now that the families get crushed by the cost of health care,” Warren said in the town hall. “You also know that the cheapest way to make sure that everyone gets the health care they need is ‘Medicare-for-all” – and that is why I support ‘Medicare for all.'”
Fox News’ Tara Prindiville, and Ben Florance contributed to this report.