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5 ways opponents are going after Warren’s 'Medicare for All' plan

Politico Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Warren's plan generated questions about taxation, fairness and practicality that she is certain to face in the next Democratic debate.
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News video: Bernie Sanders Critiques Elizabeth Warren's Medicare For All Plan

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Sen. Bernie Sanders ramped up his criticism of his progressive rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Thursday, saying her Medicare for All plan would be "quite a hit" for average workers and employers. During an interview for the "Deconstructed" podcast hosted by journalist Mehdi Hasan released Thursday,...

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