Most Americans support adopting a single-payer health care system, or as Sen. Bernie Sanders puts it: Medicare for All. Advocates argue a single-payer system would drastically reduce health care costs and ensure no one is turned away for a lack of money. But critics say single-payer systems don't work and will worsen the quality of the American health care system. Plus, the upfront costs could overburden the federal government with debt. What do you think? 😷
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