Warren’s campaign and its surrogates say that the type of insurance offered under their plan is more comprehensive than Biden’s and Buttigieg’s proposals, and that the Warren camp has provided more details on how to implement and finance a single-payer system than Sanders.
Elizabeth Warren Isn’t Talking Much About ‘Medicare for All’ Anymore https://t.co/QBlOYLoXSF
— Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) January 2, 2020
SHOT: Elizabeth Warren Isn’t Talking Much About ‘Medicare for All’ Anymore
CHASER: “I’m still with Bernie and we’re still there on Medicare for all…I still think it’s the right place.”— Warren
SPOILER ALERT: That means middle class tax increases. https://t.co/DJW5rdy8JY
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) January 1, 2020