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Sen. Bernie Sanders says Medicare-for-all would cost $30 to $40 trillion over 10-year period
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders wants to replace America's current healthcare system with Medicare-for-all, and for the first time gave a price tad of $30 to $40 trillion for the system over a 10-year period. "I don't think there's a study out there that does not suggest that Medicare-for-all is far less expensive than continuation of the current system."
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