Bernie Sanders relaunches ‘Medicare for All’ amid 2020 glare

Bernie Sanders is set to unveil a new version of his own”Medicare for All” plan, shaking up the 2020 presidential elections by reopening the discussion over his telephone to get rid of private medical insurance.

Four for the Democratic Party nomination of Sanders’ fellow senators and rivals have been set to sign on the upgraded single-payer health care proposal from the Vermont Wednesday. The reintroduction of the bill promises to shine a light candidates’ dreams for the future of health care.

Under fire from President Donald Trump’s GOP to the high price tag of”Medicare for All,” some Democrats who support the plan explain it as one of many alternatives to attain cheaper coverage. On protecting well-known provisions of this Affordable Care Act, and focus instead.