KAMALA HARRIS IS COMING AFTER YOUR HEALTH PLAN: Democratic 2020 presidential hopeful Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., raised eyebrows Monday at a town hall when she vowed to eliminate all private health care insurance for approximately 150 million Americans if she is elected president ... Asked by CNN host Jake Tapper if people who like their current health care insurance could keep it under her "Medicare for All" plan, Harris, D-Calif., indicated they could not -- but that, in turn, they would experience health care without any delays. Her statements appeared to be a full-throated call for single-payer health insurance, as opposed to merely expanding Medicare, and a dramatic embrace of the kind of proposals advocated by Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders.
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