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Nearly 3 in 5 Medicare beneficiaries oppose Medicare for All, eHealth CEO says

   March 10, 2020

Most Medicare recipients oppose “Medicare for All” or a Medicare-like plan to extend health insurance to all Americans, eHealth CEO Scott Flanders told CNBC. “They just don’t think that those under 65 should be able to participate, and you can’t really blame them,” he said in a “Mad Money” interview one day before an eHealth survey of Medicare beneficiaries is set to release.

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