QR.bizNewsSen. Cory Booker Joins on as Co-Sponsor of 'Medicare for All' Bill

Sen. Cory Booker Joins on as Co-Sponsor of 'Medicare for All' Bill

Bernie Sanders that would guarantee everyone in the country is covered by health insurance.

Sanders frequently talked during his campaign about extending government-paid health care for seniors to all age groups.

The Hill called the call for co-sponsors a "key test for 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls". Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), becoming the latest Democrat floated as a 2020 contender to back the legislation.

That's not to say single-payer isn't gaining support elsewhere in the Senate Democratic caucus. "He's not supporting Democrats now", Clinton said.

Sanders evolved a year ago from a fringe senator to a major force commanding loyalty from progressive Democratic voters, activists and contributors. What's remarkable is who has signed on in support, a growing list that includes anybody with presidential ambitions in 2020. Clinton, in her new book, accuses him of inflicting lasting damage that hurt her chances of defeating Republican Donald Trump.

Sanders' office has announced he will introduce the bill on Wednesday.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of NY on Tuesday became the latest high-profile Democrat to back the "Medicare for all" bill sponsored by Sen. He declined to discuss his proposal's political impact. However, the bill is extremely unlikely to pass in the Republican-held Congress.

Many Democrats wobbly from their new found health policy triumph are eagerly aiming for the mountaintop demonstrating a single-payer system for all Americans.

"Health care should be a right for every single American, not a privilege reserved for the healthy and the wealthy", Merkley said in a statement explaining his support for the legislation. He added, "This is no longer going to be a fringe position".

Several co-sponsors will join Sen. Yet, others are keeping their distance.

There are 48 members of the Democratic caucus in the Senate.

Although he did not endorse Sanders' specific bill, Sen.

New Jersey's Sen. Cory Booker announced earlier in the day that he is now a co-sponsor of the "Medicare for All", saying it is a continuation of progress made under the Affordable Care Act. "The alternative is that taxpayers are paying huge amounts of money for them to get health care in the emergency room". Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), Ed Markey (D-Mass.), Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) and Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii). Chris Murphy (D-CT) is proposing to let people and business buy into Medicare. Martin asked her about the perception among some (including Sanders) that she thought it was "her turn" to be the Democratic nominee (and later president), rather than an honor she had to earn. "It would be terrific to have a simple, seamless system where, exclusively by virtue of living in America, you know that you will get the care you need".

Even those who aren't yet on board with Sen.

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand D-N.Y. speaks at a news conference

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