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The Differences Between ‘Medicare For All’ And A Public Option

Kaiser Health News’ senior Washington correspondent, Julie Rovner, appears on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” to explain the differences between key health programs being touted by Democratic presidential candidates: “Medicare for All” and an optional government health plan, often called a public option. You can see the program here.

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