The most recent debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders again featured the two Democratic presidental candidates' contrasting views on health care.

Clinton, as she has in past debates, emphasized her support of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) as well as her commitment to defend it from Republicans, who have pledged for years to repeal it.

Sanders, who has in past debates highlighted the fact that he voted for the landmark health law, but has emphasized that he doesn't believe it goes nearly far enough in providing affordable, universal coverage, went a step further in demonstrating his fundamentally different view on health care during a discussion over relations between the U.S. and Cuba.

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