Medicare for all sign Medicare for All would be a radical change to U.S. health care, potentially dismantling much of an existing system where people get health benefits through work. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Obamacare repeal is officially dead. On to the battle over Medicare for All.

Tuesday’s midterm victories by Democrats mean that Republicans no longer have a path to make major changes to the Affordable Care Act. It also sets up a debate between Democrats’ liberal and moderate wings over whether to embrace a broad expansion of insurance to all Americans as they prepare to challenge President Donald Trump for the presidency in 2020.

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