Sanders noted “the incredible amount of money that the powerful special interests of this country are spending trying to defeat Nina” thru donors “with long histories of support for Republican candidates.”
medicare for all
Those with employer-sponsored private insurance were more likely to report poor access to health care, higher costs and far less satisfaction with overall care.
The pharmacy and health insurance giant Aetna donated $5 million to Partnership for America’s Health Care Future, or PAHCF.
“Just one week in the hospital and the ambulance rides is more than my monthly salary, and that’s without the surgery and travel expenses.”
Sanders pointed out that 112 co-sponsors of Medicare-for-all were on the ballot last week, and all of them won their races.
Nearly 400 Democratic delegates, and counting, have signed a pledge to oppose any party platform that does not include Medicare for All.
Major healthcare stocks up 5% in Friday trading after the announcement.