With Sen. Elizabeth Warren ofMassachusetts polling in second place before the night began, shewas pressed to offer more details about what Medicare for All wouldlook like under her leadership. (Photo: Bloomberg)

This time, it wasn't just about "Medicare for All."

Voters got a better look at Democrats' health care priorities onTuesday, as 12 of the leading candidates vowed to codify abortionaccess, threatened to jail opioid company executives and added a few moredetails to their health plans during the fourth Democraticdebate.

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