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Here’s some big news on health care: Sen. Michael Bennet is leading the drive for a public health insurance option in the U.S. The Colorado Democrat and Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine first introduced their public option bill, Medicare-X, three years ago and reintroduced it on Wednesday. Under the bill, Medicare-X...

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  • February 18, 2021

Received this e-mail today from Jon Ossoff’s (D. GA) U.S. Senate campaign: We knew this public health and economic crisis would last well beyond July. So, as millions of Georgians have filed jobless claims, what is Sen. David Perdue doing? He is calling for *CUTS* to expanded unemployment insurance. Perdue...

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  • August 5, 2020

Americans are losing and have lost their jobs by the millions. All those lucky to have had employer-sponsored health insurance will lose it. Health care should not be a function of who employs you. It must be a right. MSNBC Host Katy Tur: No to health insurance sponsored by employer...

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  • July 16, 2020

A caller to Politics Done Right told his story about having to spend $160,000 of his savings even with private health insurance in one year for a brain condition. He would still have his money if we had Medicare for All but instead, he was forced to transfer it to rich shareholders. Private Health...

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  • February 5, 2020

She could not afford insurance but was not poor enough to get Medicaid for her breast cancer. A doctor cut off her breast but she was forced into massive debt for treatment. Breast Cancer dreadful story Near the end of our Politics Done Right show after hearing a rather sad story about...

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  • January 14, 2020

Employer or private based insurance’s consistency is at best unreliable. Here’s proof of why Medicare for All is the only practical solution to dependable and reliable healthcare. Medicare for All, the solution to the current healthcare con As I am going through my emails I came across a “breaking news” email blast...

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  • December 17, 2019

The joke is in your hands. The attorney, Robert Costello, said Giuliani “at my insistence” had called Trump “within the last day” to emphasize that he had not been serious when he said he had an “insurance policy, if thrown under the bus.” “He shouldn’t joke, he is not a...

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  • November 27, 2019

While there is still time, I hope an enterprising reporter (or, God forbid, a Democratic leader) will ask Republicans where Congress will get its health insurance if Graham-Cassidy passes, and if the Republican Congress will bear any of the brunt of their unworkable scheme? You see, under current law, there exists...

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  • September 21, 2017