The cost of Sen. Bernie Sanders' "Medicare for All" national health insurance plan prompted a heated argument between the senator and former Vice President Joe Biden, who supports building on the Affordable Care Act, at Thursday's Democratic presidential debate.
Less than two months after the 2017 Republican push to kill Obamacare perished overnight on the Senate floor, more than a third of the Democratic caucus gathered in a much smaller room on Capitol Hill to take turns making the case for Sen. Bernie Sanders' new "Medicare for All" bill.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is airing a new TV ad in Iowa that highlights his continued support for the Affordable Care Act, at a time when other progressive Democratic candidates are pushing for a "Medicare for All" approach.
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris of California sparred at Wednesday night's CNN Democratic presidential debate about whether the middle class will wind up paying for universal health care.
As her rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination battled over Medicare for All and the intricacies of federal immigration law during Tuesday's debate, spiritual author Marianne Williamson had a message for them: Wonky won't win.
Health care has emerged as a key fault line for Democrats. All of them want to make changes, but their plans vary widely -- from building on the Affordable Care Act to completely overhauling our nation's health insurance system.
Americans are eager to hear the Democratic presidential contenders talk about health care at his week's debates on CNN, but they are more mixed in their support for the candidates' proposals.