Labor greens chase seniors vote

Labor greens chase seniors vote

The party that brought you the historic, historic health-care reform vote and won a landslide, the Medicare for All, vote, may be up against a tough re-election bid for its new chairman, former Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, in 2018.

In a statement sent Tuesday afternoon, Sen. Bernie Sanders Bernard (Bernie) SandersHHS chief dismisses ‘Medicare for all’ as ‘too good to be true’ Time to pass tax reform 2.0 Peter King: Trump, Sanders ‘tapped into anger in both parties’ MORE (I-Vt.) suggested that some Democrats are still working away on health care and pension legislation while they take a hard look at Warren’s proposals.

“I will be making a call on the Labor Committee today. I’m talking to the vice chairs about health care. I’ll give them more information in th전주출장마사지e days to come,” he said.

“I think I will be holding a disc에스엠 카지노ussion around Medicare for All with Senator Elizabeth Warren on Thursday,” Sanders added.

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Warren is expected to make a final recommendation on her plans to expand Medicare to cover everyone with a high-deductible health-care plan by mid-November.

The Massachusetts Democrat has also been critical of the Rep코인카지노ublican-controlled Congress and President Trump’s priorities, like rolling back Obama’s immigration initiatives, the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, and the Republican tax plan.

In addition to healthcare, Sanders has also taken aim at Wall Street in an interview with the New York Times in April.

“We have a crisis, and it’s got to stop now, because the economy as a whole cannot afford this level of obscene inequality,” he said.

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