The major Democratic presidential contenders have been vocal about the need to expand health-care coverage for more Americans. But they have split on how to do so.
The labor union urged lawmakers supporting the plan to include labor in conversations related to climate change.
“It is dangerous," said the head of a Puerto Rican nonprofit group that provides food to the homeless. "People don’t have enough money to buy food already."
The budget blueprint also proposes trims to Medicare spending, partly by targeting fraud and abuse.
Plan sets up sharp challenge to Congress and Democratic rivals for the presidency.
Former Starbucks CEO and potential presidential candidate clashed with Sonics players, lower-level employees before eventually selling team.
The bill comes amid a wider debate about the meaning of Medicare-for-all in Democratic policy circles.
Three leading Democratic presidential candidates have recently signaled their support for some form of “reparations” for black Americans.
The attorneys general are probing contracts that prevent workers from switching franchises, a practice that some economists say drags down wages for millions of Americans.