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With health care eating into Americans' paychecks, work doesn't mean financial security

By New York Magazine  
   October 11, 2018

President Trump’s Medicare for All op-ed, published on Wednesday in USA Today, builds its case on a foundation of lies. Some are familiar falsehoods: Medicare for All would take health care from seniors, lead to health-care rationing, and generally inflict pain on the innocent. “Every single citizen will be harmed by such a radical shift in American culture and life,” Trump warned.

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