These businesses worry that the Medicare for All approach, which is a hot topic on the Democratic presidential primary campaign trail, would increase the nation’s health care costs and undermine quality, according to a new survey. This news comes as a chorus of industry voices works to tamp down on enthusiasm surrounding these plans. But there are also activists on the other side of the issue, and the question of why the U.S. doesn’t have universal health care is not going away.
Presidential hopeful Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) is talking about abortion limits –
On Capitol Hill, lawmakers continue to wrestle with another topic that presidential candidates talk about: drug pricing –
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