Whether on the primary debate stage or during campaign events, you’ve likely heard the Democratic presidential hopefuls talking about Medicare for All. It’s a debate that’s at the heart of one of the biggest campaign issues: how to ensure more Americans have access to affordable health care.
Not all of the 2020 presidential candidates agree on how to do that. The major differences between their plans mostly center on whether to maintain private insurance plans, and if not, how quickly a private option should be phased out. There are also questions about how to pay for their plans and whether or not coverage should include all residents