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Bernie Sanders releases plan to eliminate all medical debt

FOXNews.com Saturday, 21 September 2019
U.S. presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders released a plan Saturday to eliminate $81 billion in medical debt for Americans, going a step beyond his Democratic rivals who have called for a government-run health insurance program. 
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News video: Bernie Sanders Proposes Wealth Tax Plan to Help Fund ‘Medicare for All’

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Bernie Sanders Proposes Wealth Tax Plan to Help Fund ‘Medicare for All’ The Vermont senator acknowledged that though taxes would still go up for the middle class, many would benefit from paying less overall for healthcare. Sanders’ wealth tax plan would cut the wealth of billionaires in half...

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