Congress is back in session and the effort to fix Obamacare is not dead yet. Two proposals were expected Wednesday and the chasm between them could not be wider.
On Wednesday Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and colleagues announced their plan. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) said Monday that it would “probably” be worse than doing nothing at all on the health law.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-V) has a bill of his own, detailing a single-payer system for the nation. He wrote an Op-Ed piece in the New York Times Wednesday, ahead of releasing his single payer bill.
- Opinion: Bernie Sanders: Why We Need Medicare for All
- Analysis: Bernie Sanders’s Bill Gets America Zero Percent Closer to Single Payer – New York Magazine
- Analysis: Bernie Sanders Makes His Pitch for Single Payer – The Atlantic
- Analysis: Bernie Sanders’ health plan expands Medicare for all, but lacks details on cost – Boston Globe / Associated Press