Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) on Monday called his Medicare for All program “the least disruptive approach” to national health care reform.
In a town hall speech at Franklin Pierce University, the 78-year-old said, “Now, people say, ‘Medicare for All is gonna be so disruptive, it’s such a radical idea, oh my goodness.’ Actually, it’s the least disruptive approach to moving toward universal health care.”
“Now Medicare is a good program,” Sanders continued. “It is not good enough. Under our Medicare for All, we’re going to expand Medicare to cover dental care, hearing aids, eyeglasses.” – READ MORE
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