Even now that Donald Trump is the presumptive GOP nominee and Hillary Clinton is nearly assured the Democratic nomination, it is unclear how the debate over health care will proceed in this thoroughly unconventional presidential election year.

Trump has said that Obamacare is a "disaster," which he will replace with "something much better," but what he has proposed is vague and dismissed by experts as infeasible. Trump, who tends to shift positions easily, may very well pivot in one direction or another on the issue in the coming months.

Just as important, Clinton faces pressure from left wing voters, whose demands for a major overhaul of the health care system (perhaps single payer?) have been emboldened by Bernie Sanders' campaign.

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