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Recent polling found that Medicare for All is supported by 69% of all Americans.

Recent polling found that Medicare for All is supported by 69% of all Americans.

Recent polling found that Medicare for All is supported by 69% of all Americans.

55 years ago today, Medicare & Medicaid were signed into law. 55 years later, it's time to pass Medicare for All.

They “pledge to vote against any 2020 Platform that does not include a universal, single-payer, Medicare-For-All, platform plank.”

Recent polling found that Medicare for All is supported by 69% of all Americans.

Recent polling found that Medicare for All is supported by 69% of all Americans.

Knowing I'm mostly followed by people in health care, I'm curious: Where do you stand on 'Medicare for all'?

The Democratic platform committee debated and then voted down an amendment to endorse Medicare For All by a vote of 125 to 36

On Monday, Democratic National Committee delegates voted against the inclusion of two progressive amendments into the party’s 2020 platform. In a vote of 36 to 125, the DNC Platform Committee rejected a Medicare for All amendment.

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I must say, that was a VERY boring debate. Biden lied when he said I want to cut Social Security and Medicare. That’s what they ALL said 4 years ago, and nothing happened, in fact, I saved Social Security and Medicare. I will not be cutting, but they will. Be careful!

Bernie Sanders' Medicare for All policy would likely increase wages and create jobs, new economic analysis shows

This is what happened when people in the U.K. were asked how much health care costs in the U.S. Remember that our outrageous for-profit system is not the norm in other countries. We can and we must do better. We need Medicare for All now.

If there ever was a moment that showed us the need for all people to be able to get health care regardless of their income, this is that moment. Medicare for All now.

We need Medicare for All so that your health insurance is not tied to your job.

Medicare for All means never losing your health insurance if you lose your job. That is what we must guarantee to the American people.

We've been told over and over that Medicare for All is "too radical." I think it's radical to have a health care system that leaves 87 million people uninsured or underinsured. I think it's radical that people can't afford to see a doctor during a pandemic.

Short-term: we must provide emergency unemployment assistance and include workers who depend on tips, gig workers, domestic workers and independent contractors. Long-term: we need Medicare for All so your health insurance is not tied to your job.

Thanks for all the well wishes. I'm feeling good. I'm fortunate to have good health care and great doctors and nurses helping me to recover. None of us know when a medical emergency might affect us. And no one should fear going bankrupt if it occurs. Medicare for All!

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