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Single Payer News: November 12 – November 17, 2019

Sunday, November 17

Warren’s virtue tax: Loopy Medicare for All math punishes states and businesses for health care generosity
NY Daily News – Editorial Board

How Elizabeth Warren got to ‘yes’ on Medicare for All
The New York Times – News

Warren ‘fully committed’ to Medicare for All
The Hill – News


Saturday, November 16

Warren tries to sell her Medicare for All shift to Iowa voters
The Washington Post – News

Warren pushed back on critics of her health care plan
Associated Press – News

Elizabeth Warren’s backup backup health plan
The New York Times – News


Friday, November 15

Medicare for All preview
Wall Street Journal – Editorial Board

Obama says average American doesn’t want to ‘tear down system’
The New York Times – News

Elizabeth Warren vows to expand health coverage in first 100 days
The New York Times – News

Deval Patrick’s ties to healthcare industry could be a liability
The Wall Street Journal – News


Thursday, November 14

Hofstra poll: Suburban voters prefer Dems over Trump, narrowly
Newsday – News

Ex-Massachusetts Gov. Patrick announces Dem presidential bid
Associated Press – News

Our health care debate is focused on insurance. That’s a mistake.
Route Fifty – Opinion

Michigan moderates sense jitters on Medicare for All
The Wall Street Journal – News


Wednesday, November 13

Medicare for all – Long Islanders be careful what you wish for
Long Island Business News – Opinion

As Quart runs for DA, can a novice steal his Assembly seat?
City & State – News


Tuesday, November 12

Major nurses’ union backs Bernie Sanders and his push for Medicare for All
The New York Times – News

Warren says out-of-pocket health spending will total $11 trillion in 10 years. We checked the math.
PolitiFact – Analysis

Trump calls Medicare for All ‘socialism.’ Doctors once said the same about Medicare.
The Washington Post – Analysis

Single payer? Let the states experiment with health care
The San Diego Union Tribune – Editorial Board

Few health insurance consumers believe Medicare for All would be implemented
eHealth  – Survey