By Max Greenwood
The Hill (3/28/19)
Health care was always likely to weigh heavily on the race for the White House. On Monday, the prominence of that issue became even more certain.
The Trump administration’s decision this week to support the complete invalidation of the Affordable Care Act gave Democratic presidential hopefuls a new opening to pitch health care proposals of their own.
And while a handful of candidates has backed the Medicare for All plan popularized by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), many have put their own spin on the proposal or outlined different approaches entirely.
Here’s where the Democratic candidates stand on Medicare for All …