While Donald Trump works to convince conservatives in the GOP that he has a health care plan and that his plan is not an utter betrayal of their belief system, Hillary Clinton is hoping to attract supporters of Bernie Sanders by shifting her own health care proposals to the left. 

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee unveiled a new plan Saturday that calls for an additional $40 billion in federal support to community health care centers over the next decade. 

The new plan also includes proposals that Clinton has floated in recent months, such as allowing those over 55 to opt into Medicare early, putting in place a monthly cap on out-of-pocket prescription drug costs and establishing a federally run "public option" insurance program. 

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