Single-payer vs. Medicare for All: What's the difference?
Voters have become casualties as candidates toss around these catchphrases — sometimes vaguely and inaccurately
By Samantha Young, Kaiser Health News|November 08, 2018 at 10:13 AM
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MODESTO, Calif. — Betsy Foster and Doug Dillon are devotees of Josh Harder. The Democratic upstart is attempting to topple Republican House incumbent Jeff Denham in this conflicted, semi-rural district that is home to conservative agricultural interests, a growing Latino population and liberal San Francisco Bay Area refugees.
To Foster’s and Dillon’s delight, Harder supports a “Medicare-for-all” health care system that would cover all Americans.
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