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Joe Biden, one of the many current presidential contenders, vaguely announced his plans for universal healthcare during a speech at the Poor People’s Campaign Presidential Forum in Washington D.C.
“I think that everyone’s entitled to have total health care. And what I would do is make sure that every single person…in the United States has access to Medicaid right off the bat,” Biden said.
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With 79 percent of the electorate unhappy with the total cost of healthcare in the United States, it should come as no surprise that addressing healthcare is important in the 2020 presidential race. Interestingly, Americans are interested in the federal government supplying healthcare but are split at a 50 percent approval, 48 percent disapproval rating on Obamacare.
According to the Gallup poll, the electorate wants universal healthcare, but not the current system set in place. There have been universal healthcare plans suggested in the past. Bernie Sanders, and those radical enough to support his healthcare plans have taken this to the extreme by calling to abolish private health insurance companies altogether.
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Although Biden’s plan for universal healthcare is vague, he currently claims he does not want to abolish private health insurance. Based on his previous voting record and...
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